Alert 8/27/21 5:44.o3 pm THIS not, ‘JUST IN’

i, we are praying for these United States Citizens – the great ‘reset’ is a boondoggle method to gain socialism in guv’ment, in wazintoon, who are only playing into the communist’s hands; you think the debacle that comes to be in our war against afgun- estun is a sign? “Rumors of war…” seems to me that the stuff playing in reality ‘over there’ i hope what i describe as OUR nation’s unfolding future. Romans 12:12: Rejoice in hope and patient tribulation; continuing instant in prayer

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Rejoice in hope;
patient in tribulation;
continue instantly to pray.

.5.
If you feel a lack of gratitude in your life and are afraid that may be, just
creating an inner part cut away, as is the casein honesty from our elected
“‘m able to say: it’s not my fault, we didn’t vote for buyhim now, time for all of you to
take action and learn how you can develop gratitude to live life. If you are
currently having a situation in your life, to think that it is impossible for
you to be thankful, then it’s time you learn how to cultivate gratitude.

1. Make a Gratitude List.
[TIME: 5-10 MINUTES. EFFORT: MEDIUM]
Make a list of five things you are grateful for right now.
You can include big things like the love of your family,
or the little things, like the person who opened a door
for you this morning. Focus on people instead of just
things. After finishing, read the list, and reflect on i,
allow yourself to feel good about the people who
share good things such as time with you.

2. Act(ion, not words) on YOUR Gratitude List.
[TIME: 1-5 MINUTES. EFFORT: LOW]
If there is something you can do to show your appreciation
for someone on your list, call him up or send him an email.
Or return the favor by doing a similarly kind thing to another.
Getting into the habit of showing appreciation will increase
feelings of gratitude.

3. Think of gratitude Quotes.
[TIME: 1-5 MINUTES. EFFORT: LOW]
Stick gratitude quotes up, on your computer, the fridge,
bathroom mirror—a place where you’re sure to see them.
You may feel a little corny at first, but these daily prompts
are handy gratitude cultivators. One Ann likes is, Let us rise
up and be thankful, for if we didn’t learn a lot today, at least
we learned a little, and if we didn’t learn a little at least we did
not get sick, and if we did get sick, at least we didn’t die, so let us
all be thankful. Another fave is from Albert Einstein: There are
only two ways to live your life. Nothing is a miracle. [idiotic]
Another way is to understand that everything is a miracle.

4. Flip Your Point of View. 
[TIME: 1-30 MINUTES. EFFORT: MEDIUM TO HIGH]
Changing how you react to “negative” situations is harder to master,
but we do have a choice in how we react to trying times in our lives.
Take a flat tire on a rainy day. Yes, you will be late (and possibly wet).
But you can also be grateful to have a car, Triple AAA, and a home to
go to. Think about those things; reflect on them. In other words, try to
take the worst part of your day, turn it into opportunities to be thankful
about what you do have. (Of course, it’s also okay to feel irritated, too.)

5. Try an Act of Service.
[TIME: 30 MINUTES TO SEVERAL HOURS. EFFORT: MEDIUM TO HIGH]
When you’re in a funk, do something nice for a friend or sign up to do an
act of service.  An act of good will remind us of how much we have to give,
try to have the effect of replacing the doldrums with good feelings.

6. Help children to be grateful, no matter the age.
[TIME: A FEW SECONDS TO A MINUTE. EFFORT: LOW]
We parents do focus on manners when our children are
little, but as they get older, we often stop. Don’t stop! Help
children to notice that good things do happen around them,
even small things.

7. Make Gratitude a Conversation Topic.
[TIME: 5-20 MINUTES. EFFORT: MEDIUM]
Some families may want to take five minutes, go around the
dinner table and share what each is grateful for. Others find a
spontaneous approach is more natural. The point is to actually
talk about the quality of gratitude with children.

8. Share Appreciation for No Particular Reason.
[TIME: 2-5 MINUTES. EFFORT: LOW]
Call someone and say something like, Hey I was just thinking about
you today, and I miss you and your friendship. It feeling good: make
others feel good
.


9. Keep a Gratitude Journal.
[TIME: 10 MINUTES TO AN HOUR. EFFORT: HIGH]
This can be especially powerful when you’re going through particularly
difficult time (such as divorce or illness) that may have you feeling lower
than low. Don’t write anything negative in this journal; the point is to spend
some time each day purposefully focusing on the positive. Try keep a journal
for at least a week or two, then reread it often as you like.

10. Write a Superstar Letter.
[TIME: 5-20 MINUTES. EFFORT: MEDIUM]
Help your child write a letter or make a drawing for a superstar someone who did something nice that week that made them feel good. Did the grocery clerk offer up a sticker? Did a friend help her up after a playground spill? Large or small, acts of kindness deserve recognition.
go, right now,
that you love you parents, your brother, sisters, that you so love them, consider that we are not living in a region
like areas of such strife.

God forbid that such stuff
arrives at our shores in the United States. US’A‘ is about a company run by those idiots in duh c.



https://youtu.be/4JyN1Ehpgi0

Think:
Rejoice in hope;
patient in tribulation;
continue instantly to pray.

.5.
If you feel a lack of gratitude in your life and are afraid that may be, just
creating an inner part cut away, as is the casein honesty from our elected
“‘m able to say: it’s not my fault, we didn’t vote for buyhim now, time for all of you to
take action and learn how you can develop gratitude to live life. If you are
currently having a situation in your life, to think that it is impossible for
you to be thankful, then it’s time you learn how to cultivate gratitude.

1. Make a Gratitude List.
[TIME: 5-10 MINUTES. EFFORT: MEDIUM]
Make a list of five things you are grateful for right now.
You can include big things like the love of your family,
or the little things, like the person who opened a door
for you this morning. Focus on people instead of just
things. After finishing, read the list, and reflect on i,
allow yourself to feel good about the people who
share good things such as time with you.

2. Act(ion, not words) on YOUR Gratitude List.
[TIME: 1-5 MINUTES. EFFORT: LOW]
If there is something you can do to show your appreciation
for someone on your list, call him up or send him an email.
Or return the favor by doing a similarly kind thing to another.
Getting into the habit of showing appreciation will increase
feelings of gratitude.

3. Think of gratitude Quotes.
[TIME: 1-5 MINUTES. EFFORT: LOW]
Stick gratitude quotes up, on your computer, the fridge,
bathroom mirror—a place where you’re sure to see them.
You may feel a little corny at first, but these daily prompts
are handy gratitude cultivators. One Ann likes is, Let us rise
up and be thankful, for if we didn’t learn a lot today, at least
we learned a little, and if we didn’t learn a little at least we did
not get sick, and if we did get sick, at least we didn’t die, so let us
all be thankful. Another fave is from Albert Einstein: There are
only two ways to live your life. Nothing is a miracle. [idiotic]
Another way is to understand that everything is a miracle.

Published by not Todd Rundgren...

the War Room no one person can ever say a whisper of idea that David urged a person, whether female or not, to do anything that had not been a part of their own character. Keeping so still and quite about subjects, the one at hand for this little note IS Faith in God. Let you know that i've just turned fifty; and in the brief shade of 'the responsible thing' to do in no way is meant to fool, cajole, even force my own personal belief's on any of you netizens who are reading these few lines. We believe all that we do. David Buckle believes in God and even His Son

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