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This spoke to me, louder than anything with the same information in a different format. I thank my lucky stars I have the good fortune to be able to read; buy a coffee because I feel like it, maybe even a muffin; to wake up with a roof over my head and a full stomach; to not feel hunger, pain or poverty. It scares me to think about the billions of people who are less fortunate than I,
Pinner said, "I write in a gratitude journal each night before bed. It has changed my entire outlook on life." ***I am intrigued by the idea of such a book by my bed. I can't journal much as I want to...but this I could muster...and what a frame of mind to end a day...reflecting on the bright spot.
My co-workers laugh at my "work ethic". Here's my thought: there are MILLIONS of people unemployed in AMERICA in 2013. I am blessed to have a job. So I'm going to work it to the best of my ability. If you're not going to work, quit and let someone who needs that job have it. There's NO EXCUSE for laziness at work!!!!!!!!!!