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Thanksgiving has something to do with being thankful, hopefully.
If you don’t feel grateful for some parts of your life, spontaneously, then it’s a good time to start. I’m not talking about feeling guilty for others having less, or suffering, but actually feeling good about what you do have. This is a practice. It does not happen just in your head, but in your heart, too, eventually. It should not be something that happens especially around this time of year, either, at least that’s my experience. It feels good. Why not feel that way more, throughout the year?

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Aspiring writer and artist, dharma practitioner, yogi.

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