Instead of focusing on how much you can accomplish, focus on how much you can...– Leo Babauta (via julie911) (via quote-book)
“Little Buddhas” A term my ethics teacher uses to not only describe people or things who inspire and motivate us but also people/ situations that push our buttons and bother us, things that add stress an annoyance into our lives. The idea of thinking of Little Buddhas as challenges to rise above fascinates me and since my professor said this I have tried to make a conscious effort...
The thankful list
Whenever I make a thankful list I usually keep it on computer paper or notebook paper in my purse or wallet. However, it has occurred to me to expand this so that if I am having a bad day I can find other outlets that the things I am thankful for are easily accessible. Instead of doing my physics, I came up with this list of thankful list ideas: -Printer paper/notebook paper (my go to!) -Post it...
Out of all the social issues in the world, why thankfulness? I mean afterall, most people I have talked to about this think: a) it is just a manner learned to live in a polite society b) a value only important during Thanksgiving c) has some value but not that important compared to other issues But, it is so much more than that. I believe being thankful for the simple joys in everyday life,...
Hello! I am very excited to get this blog up and running, hopefully I can keep making it better (I haven’t learned all the cool things that this website can do! I am very excited to be a part of the thankful movement and am hopeful it will get off the ground. Hoping to create: A thankful world! what are YOU thankful for? Cheers! thethankfullist