Everyday Thanks and increased Gratitude make moments and days easier. Intuition to Fruition spark creativity and ongoing new experiences.
Shake Up Your Schedule
This year we are celebrating Thanksgiving in our home over several days, taking time to enjoy Holiday Treats but not all at once. Last week we cooked the turkey and froze it in small portions to eat as needed. Then some food gifts appeared. One was a pecan pie made with real old fashioned ingredients like butter and eggs and brown sugar, not to mention the plump tender pecans. The pie was not too sweet yet it was nutrient rich, part of a hardy meal in an earlier era. We enjoyed the pie for two days, a little bit at a time.
Next gift was some homemade sausage that, when cooked, scented the house with the aroma of hickory smoke, garlic and spices. This dish took me back to the forests foods I experienced "way back" as a child where the autumn aroma of falling leaves peppered the landscape with memories along with simple food cooked over wood fires.
And, best yet, we are still celebrating: Thanksgiving is Everyday~
* "I honor change and welcome it."
I can I shift into a rapidly changing world?
** "Work Harder! Run Faster!" "One Touch Complexity...." Speed and Volume~
"Give yourself Permission to Slow Down...." Permission is the hard part!
Thank You for Being Late~Thomas L. Friedman
Giving Thanks Opens The Heavens
Thanks Beyond Expectations
The Great Harvest
The Golden Receiver
* Debra Basham, CHTP, HTt, NLP, RMT scs-matters.com with Joel Bowman.Ph. D.
** Thank You for Being Late, book by Thomas L. Friedman, columnist for the New York Times. Interview with Charlie Rose on PBS.org, CharlieRose.com, and BTV Nov 2016
Dahlis Roy: Visionary Artist, Author, and Tai Chi Instructor
Photos by Dahlis:
The Great Harvest, Gift Gourds
Prayer Bowl with Still Life