Monday, March 18, 2013

1,000 Gifts

Gratitude never fails to radicalize the radically grateful. When you are radically grateful for what you have, you will go to radical lengths to share it. When you are radically grateful for being blessed — you are radically generous to the oppressed. When you are radically grateful, you live out of a place of radical abundance — there’s always more space for more to share the grace. When you’re overwhelmed with the goodness of God to you — you overflow with the goodness of God to others.

1198. Singing
1199. {Ephesians 1:3-6}
1200. {Colossians 3:1-3}
1201. Going through old family slides
1202. Melting snow
1203. A visit with the Mackenzies/Wiesners
1204. A trip to the frozen yogurt shop with Mom, Ella and Whitney
1205. Surprises in my Thailand box
1206. Checking things off my to-do list
1207. The sun, shining through the colored glass on the window sills
1208. The little angel sleeping on my bedroom floor
1209. A walk around Lake Nokomis
1210. Fresh air, sunshine, and time meditate on the Sermon on the Mount
1211. Andy stopping in, unexpected, for dinner
1212. Boxes in the mail
1213. The whole family around the dinner table
1214. Playing games until the clock says 1:00 a.m.
1215. ...And then sitting around talking about life until it says 2:00 a.m.
1216. {And as I ran my hell-bound race, indifferent to the cost, you looked upon my helpless state and led me to the cross}
1217. Game night at Hannah's
1218. Catching up with Nikkia

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