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expressing gratitude in images: it's your turn

Every week since the beginning of August last year, I’ve been sharing with you all of the the things that I’m grateful for — everything from the exciting (like trips overseas), to the completely mundane (like quiet moments at home), to even finding my good mood again.  As I said at the very beginning of this exercise, it’s easy to find beautiful moments around you, if only you stop and look.  For example, this week wasn’t a particularly unusual week; still, it wasn’t hard to appreciate the return of spring …

 

… or even the joy on my daughter’s face as she took her very first horseback riding lesson.

I believe very passionately in the power of a consistent gratitude practice (so much so that I launched a monthly online magazine dedicated to gratitude which also helps to change the world), and I’ve become pretty evangelical about encouraging people to do the same.

So now, we’re going to up our game a bit.  I’m going to ask you to join me.

If you’d like to start your own photographic gratitude practice and have your images featured on the site, please share it with me my emailing your shots to karen@babble.com.  I’d love to see your images, and if you’re open to it, I’d love to feature some of them here on Bliss Your Heart.

Because, ultimately, I think gratitude practiced in solitude can be an amazing thing — but gratitude practiced with others?

Well, that might just be the key to world peace.

I hope you’ll join me.

 

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