To be thankful for safety we first need to be aware of our vulnerability. I’m imagining we are all, to some extent, aware of how fragile our safety in this world is…
As I write this post, it’s November 11th. In the United States of America, it’s Veterans Day. In Canada, Australia, and the Commonwealth of Nations this date is titled Remembrance Day.
Where you live, is November 11th dedicated to those who fight, or have fought, for your safety – freedom?
Regardless of the date or the title of that date, we all have someone in our life who has championed our safety.
Perhaps they are closely related or a friend who served in the military. Maybe they don’t have anything to do with the military, however, that person has protected us: physically, mentally or spiritually.
So today, we can be…
thankful for safety and those who provide it.
Who will you be referencing in your journal about thankfulness?
Continuing in our 30 days of thankfulness check out these posts!
- Thankful for the View
- Your nose knows how to be thankful.
- Being Thankful for the Investment
- A history of being Thankful for books.
- Thankful for Convenience
- Thankful for your Spot
- Thankful for Traditions
- thankful for prayer
- thankful for your favorite…
Are you recording your answers to these prompts? The power is immense when you can see all these items in one place after 30 days… I’m encouraging you to try. It’ll be worth it!
Be prompted to be positive via email- to remind you that you're loved, to be thankful, of encouraging and to be encouraged and of setting and achieving goals. That's Positive ThanksLiving!