John woke up one morning thinking he was all alone. The world was out to get him. He wondered why he was working so hard yet felt that he had nothing. A friend sent him a podcast and said, “You really should listen to this 10 minute audio.” While John ate his usual daily breakfast of eggs and toast, he listened with intent, hoping he would get some piece of advice to cheer him up.

When was the last time you were grateful for the following?

  • Transportation: a car, bus, train that gets you from Point A to Point B.
  • Your eyes to see children play with joy, your ears to hear to avoid getting run over by a car, your nose to smell the sweet roses in summer time.
  • Your refrigerator that keeps your food from spoiling.
  • All the bad experiences that taught you a better way to live.
  • Your friends and family that do root for you.
  • A phone and other technology to connect with people near and far.
  • Clothes to cover your body.

It’s very easy to think of what we don’t have. We neglect the many wonderful people, situations, and material items we do have. Material is not always bad. Who doesn’t think a refrigerator or a stove is an important material item to have?  

As Thanksgiving holiday is fast approaching, think about all the subtle items, people, and situations that we take for granted. Take this time to give thanks for all the amazingness you do have.

I’m especially grateful that you support my journey to spread my messages around the world.

Wishing you and your loved ones an abundant, joyful, and relaxing Thanksgiving holiday!

Lora Polowczuk
Chief Energy Officer
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