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This Friday September 21st is the worldwide day of gratitude a day that was brought to light by Paul Tillotson, a man who celebrated it with gusto while he was alive. In part to keep his memory alive, I want to share this amazing day with those who may not know about it.
What is there to be grateful for?
Started in Hawaii in 1965 at an international convention, it has roots in wanting to stop and reflect, appreciate, calibrate, our world.
Please take a moment to do something intentional. Give some gratitude to those that you love the most. Give some to those that you love a little too. If you do nothing else call your mother!
In my world I have so much to be grateful for. I reflect daily strive to be an inspiration for showing appreciation to others. Sadly, sometimes I miss the mark when I get too wrapped up in the whirlwind I have created. Nothing feels better than showing appreciation. If for some silly reason you are not getting it from me, call me out on it. I for one will be celebrating how grateful I am with everyone in my circle.
A Paul quote “Surround yourself with people you love and have fun, The rest is gravy.”