Something to think about this Thanksgiving (for those who celebrate it, for everyone else it’s World of Warcraft’s PIlgrim’s Bounty):
Don’t just be thankful for the things you have in your life that you appreciate.
That’s good and a good start, but if you want to take it to a different level, ask yourself this:
How can I create or foster more of what I’m thankful for in the world?
- If you’re thankful for family and friends, how can you help reinforce strong family and good friends in the world for others?
- If you’re thankful for health, how can you bring a healing presence to those around you?
- If you’re thankful for wealth, how can you help others achieve what you’ve done?
In short, what do you stand for? What do you want to see more of? How can you create more of that in the world, in your community, in your life?
As you do your prayers, meditations, gatherings, and offerings over the holiday (or any day, really), think about that cornucopia on the table. From nothingness appears a Pilgrim’s Bounty of what’s needed to bring life, health, and prosperity to your life.
Ask how you can create more of that for yourself and everyone you care about and the universe (or *.deity if that’s your belief system) may just agree to a win-win situation in which everyone gets more of what they want and need in your life.
Happy Pilgrim’s Bounty!
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