At The End Of The Day What Matters To You?

At the end of the day I like to ask myself to examine where I experienced, well, stuff I’m grateful for. I look at gratitude, for the gifts, the graces, that happened to me in the day. Through people; through things. Through just the day itself!

I like to observe that I am feeling grateful. I do that at the end of a week, at the end of a month, at the end of a year. It’s part of my evening routine. I find that evening routines help me. Gratitude is an important part of that for me because it helps open myself to growing in all kinds of ways. It helps me to recognize what’s there. In recognizing what’s there, it helps me recognize what I want to work for.

Whether it’s part of your morning routine or your evening routine, what might you be able to do, today, to help yourself to be more aware, basically, of what’s important to you. What you care about! Gratitude helps me to have a sense, not just of my well-being, but it also helps me have a sense of what does matter to me.

At the end of the day, what part of the day really made an impact for me? A lot of times it’s about helping other people. Over time, I’ve learned that about myself. I like to help other people. I like to make a difference.

How about you? At the end of the day, the week, the month, the year, what are you grateful is in your life? How might that gratitude impact your plans for tomorrow? Your plans for next week? Your plans for the coming month? Your plans, long term, for the year to come, the decades to come – your lifetime? At the end of the day, what matters to you?

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Cynthia Ann Leighton

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