Thankful for your body – from head to toes and everywhere between. If you’re at all like me, there are parts of your body that you don’t like and don’t feel much gratefulness for…
I have two hands and two feet. My head sits comfortably on my neck and shoulders. I’m typing these words so my fingers work, my brain is active, and my thoughts are (somewhat) organized. I’ve eaten lunch and it’s sitting comfortably in my stomach. I have faith that it will nourish me. And then, what I don’t need will pass through.
Even though my body is not perfect and parts are feeling their age, I do value it.
I am thankful to be able to use my body to the degree I can.
What about you?
Spend a few moments thinking about all the parts of your body – those you can see and those that are hidden under the skin. We take for granted when they work and moan and groan and worry when they don’t.
Start at the top of your head and work your way down to your toes… make a list of all the parts of your physical body you’re thankful for and why.
(Just for now, ignore what is a problem. Instead, focus on what IS working!)
Let’s be thankful for our body!
We are coming to the end of this series of articles on Thankfulness. This is the 28th out of 30…
At the end of October 2020, everyone can download a free document with all the prompts on Thankfulness along with some digital extras.
But there’s more! One person with a USA mailing address will win a handmade package of journaling cards and tags – to enter just leave a comment on one of the posts in this series. November 2nd, 2020 I’ll draw a random winner from those who comment.
You can read and see more HERE.
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!