Welcome to blogmas day 6. Happy Sunday!
This year has thought me the importance of gratitude. I’m now grateful for the very little things, or the things we take as little. Because some things we see as basic items are luxury items to some others. If you read my birthday post, you’ll see that I talked about gratitude. I started keeping a gratitude journal since my birthday and honestly, it has made me happier. I no longer take things for granted. I’ll be sharing some things I’m grateful for from my journal.
I’m grateful for the gift of the Holy Spirit. When Jesus said He’ll send the Holy Spirit to us as a comforter and teacher, it’s like he was talking to me. I really don’t know what I’ll do without the Holy Spirit. I’ve been spoiled with the good life.
I’m grateful that I can breathe fresh air without having to pay for oxygen.
I’m grateful for God’s mercies and grace upon my life.
I’m grateful for my family and friends.
I’m grateful for the provision of food and clean water.
I’m grateful for my health. That all my internal and external organs are complete and I don’t have to be placed on drugs to survive.
I’m grateful for my eyes and my glasses. In the beginning of this year my the pressure of my eyes was high and I was placed on medication to get it back to 2 to now, they’ve gotten back to a normal range and I’m very grateful.
I’m grateful for growth. In all areas of my life that I’ve grown this year, I’m grateful.
I’m grateful for a sound mind.
I’m grateful for the low points in my life.
They definitely made me stronger.
I’m grateful that I leave my house and get back home safely everyday.
I’m grateful for good music to get me through smooth and rough days.
I’m grateful for electricity.
I’m grateful for my peace of mind.
I’m grateful for every skill and talent I have.
I’m grateful that my skin has improved and I no longer have hormonal pimples.
I’m grateful that I no longer experience painful menstruation.
I’m grateful for this blog, my followers and readers. For a space to rant and share my thoughts with wonderful people.
I’m grateful for the internet.
I’m grateful for the opportunity to go to school.
I’m grateful for the addition of a child my family this year.
I’m grateful that in this global pandemic where people lost their jobs and there were so many bad news everywhere, but in my family, we have so many reasons to thank God.
I’m grateful that my grandparents are aging gracefully.
I’m grateful that I’m alive.
What are you grateful for?
Thanks for reading!