Growth takes time… and like the cycles of life in nature, it takes patience to actualize the visions we have for our lives. My reunion with this woman was a wonderful reminder of the importance of taking one step at a time, being present in the journey, and celebrating with gratitude.
Part of the Jewish New Year’s tradition invites us to eat apples dipped in honey in hopes of a sweet new year. It is a time of reflection, both reviewing the past year, and looking forward to aspirations for the coming year. We reflect gratefully on the contributions of our CMA partners which have been instrumental in moving the CMA’s work forward. How can you bring more sweetness into your life with the “I spy gratitude” practice?
Research shows that gratitude is central to a happy and joyful life. Find out how it changed a 91-year old woman’s perspective. You can even watch her tell the story in her hilarious way, and follow links to more articles and research for how to incorporate more gratitude into your own life.