Sunday, January 02, 2011

Daily Reminder # 216

Terrible shortage of photos right now, so I am kind of faking it in that area, trying (not too successfully) to go artsy... and giving the 2nd day of the new year to Neale Donald Walsh.... 

On this day of your life, dear friend, 
I believe God wants you to know...
....that every day is a New Beginning.

A new cycle begins this day, yet a new cycle begins
every day. Indeed, every moment. So if you recognize
anything on this day, recognize what it symbolizes: The
miracle of the endlessly continuing Cycle of Life.

What a grand day! What a time for celebration! We
begin again today! We turn the page! And so, let go
of all that you do not wish to carry with you any further.
Any fear, any sadness, any anger, any resentment, any
disappointment, any lament...let it all go. And now, 
using the specialness of this day as a springboard, 
let's get on with Life! 
Love, Your Friend....
neale

Some things I'm grateful for today (items in red are pre-gratitude an encouragement to the Universe to supply that which it has been thanked for...)
  • Angel and Tara Grace
  • my new TV
  • my computer
  • my camera
  • ice cream
  • heat
  • water
  • music
  • my mattress
  • sleep, sleep and more sleep
  • reiki
  • angels
  • Dennis Puffett
  • my friends
  • my big Publisher's Clearinghouse Sweepstakeswin
  • my Bose sound system
  • my new Canon Powershot with 12 megapixels and 15-20x zoom
  • zero balance on my credit cards
  • winning lottery tickets
  • winning the HGTV Vermont Dream House
  • my clothes dryer
  • beauty
  • possibilities
  • electricity
  • cat toys
  • matches
  • the sweet smell of white sage
  • cheese
  • my came
  • my red chair
  • legs that still take me across a room
  • my desk chair
  • my printer
  • music
  • Pandora radio
  • Netflix
  • hearing
  • sight
  • taste
  • touch
  • words
  • kindness
  • hope
  • possibilities
  • miracles
  • laughter
  • life

Have a Lovely Day
and May Every Moment Be New

1 comment:

Sometimes Saintly Nick said...

Yes, I do feel the new beginning. It's a grand feeling.