How have you celebrated being alive today?
If God were to ask you: “How have you loved being alive today?” “Who have you touched with the grace of your smile?” “Are you grudge-full or grate-full?” “Have you seen me in our child’s beaming face?” “Do you work in the Church of Joy or the Church of Misery?” What would your honest answers be to these heart-hitting questions? Don’t allow yourself to be chained to a false prophet called negative thinking and negative talking. Start celebrating your life instead.
THERE’S NO BETTER TIME FOR JOY THAN TODAY
There’s no better time than today to tap into many, many, tiny moments of joy.
Celebrate the fact that you can’t change anyone but yourself.
Celebrate the awareness that you can make a new choice at any time.
Celebrate the reality that only you have the power to control your own mind.
Celebrate the wisdom of God, who keeps you safe and loves you unconditionally.
Celebrate the importance of having joy in this one life to live.
Celebrate the capacity to open your mind to new insights.
Celebrate finding ways to enjoy yourself despite failure.
Celebrate that you’re a fully feeling human being.
Celebrate being surprised.
Celebrate having faith.
Celebrate having friends.
Celebrate having another day to express who you are.
Celebrate bags of resentments dropping off like heavy rocks.
Celebrate revenge boomerangs being knocked away.
Celebrate accepting yourself after being rejected.
Celebrate the joys of partnering and parenting.
Celebrate starting, persevering, swerving, finishing.
Celebrate lives lost and lives bravely led.
Celebrate balancing a sour reality with your sweetest dreams.
Celebrate the healing power of a sincere apology.
Celebrate the mystery of creation.
Celebrate being forgiving in order to be forgiven.
Celebrate life by speaking words of caring when you don’t feel like it.
Celebrate any love you’ve ever been blessed to receive.
Celebrate a small child’s glorious intuitions.
Celebrate the wisdom of your elders.
Celebrate getting your anger out in healthy ways.
Celebrate life by trusting, risking and reaching out when there is no logical reason, whatsoever, to do so.