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Thursday, September 18, 2014

A life-changing week... In gratitude!

So I thought, what better way to end a week - one that has been life changing at that - than by expressing my gratitude.
This has been a roller-coaster of a week emotionally... Thank you Nabanita for the reminder by way of your post. Thank You Laurel for the initiative.
Before I set any further in my new-found self, I owe this to the Divine and a few people...
A big huge hug to the cutie, softy doctor for returning my mother to me and telling me, "Now that your mother is healed, you relax. Be happy." Thank You Dr Shreeja.
A thousand thank you to my mentor, for not mincing his words and telling me in no uncertain terms what I need to change in me so that I don't attract uncomfortable people in my life. Thank You Velu Sir.
A hundred hugs to my blogger friend for helping me cut the crap when I shared an emotionally draining episode and helped me see a fresh perspective. Thank You Judy.
Humble prayers for my driver who through his sickness was at my doorstep early morning to take me to work. Thank you.
Thanking my editors at work who trust and respect me. I wish them success.
Thanking my colleague Vicktoriya who inspired me with her real-life happiness story! I wish her health and joy always.

Thanking my young friend for thinking about me when he embarked on his project. My prayers and wishes with you Ameel.
A zillion hugs to my little girl who through her words, action and simply being herself each day  makes me complete.
To my man, for being my rock!
To the Divine for making me realise who I am!
Thank You!!!

PS: To all those who wish to be part of the gratitude Link-Up...Click here and Laurel Regan will guide you

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17 comments:

  1. I love the Gratitude Linkup. It makes you look for the wonderful in every little thing. SO glad that your mother is better. Hugs and love to you, Nisha :)

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  2. I'm glad that your mother is better..It's such a relief no...Nothing seems right when parents are sick...

    I think this gratitude link up helps us see everything in a fresh positive light and I love that about it you know :)

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  3. Indeed, gratitude is immensely effective. Thank you Naba for your post that nudged me into doing it.

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  4. I love how you showed your gratitude to even your driver. Shows what a lovely person you are.
    We must be thankful for every act of kindness.
    Glad your mom is fine.

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    1. Thank you for the kind words. Wish you joy!

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  5. Refreshing post just before the beginning to a weekend where we can focus on being grateful so to be recharged for another week ahead.

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  6. What a positive post. Loved reading my way through it.. So important to pause, and think about what we are grateful for.. And take time to nurture those feelings.. Lovely write-up..

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  7. So much positivity brewing here :) Loved reading it Nisha :)

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  8. Nisha,your post is so inspiring! You have shown the importance of gratitude in daily life.

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  9. I am loving the gratitude linkup/practice, too, Nisha

    Loved your post. I'll bet you felt great after you wrote it. :)

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    1. Thank you vidya...definitely its so rewarding. Feel light-hearted.

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  10. It is good to have such wonderful and caring people in life. Glad your mother is healed :) stay positive.

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  11. Loved the way you been grateful for all the people in your life, even the driver. Stay grateful and blessed. :)

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