A Network for Grateful Living provides education and support for the practice of grateful living as a global ethic, inspired by the teachings of Br. David Steindl-Rast and colleagues. Gratefulness – the full response to a given moment and all it contains – is a universal practice that fosters personal transformation, cross-cultural understanding, interfaith dialogue, intergenerational respect, nonviolent conflict resolution, and ecological sustainability.
Neale Donald Walsch
Dr. Walsch is a spiritual teacher and messenger whose “Conversations With God” series has changed millions of lives around the world. In addition to his other books, spiritual courses, and non-profit foundations, he is also responsible for a daily email inspirational message called “I Believe God Wants You to Know”.
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“Everyone is special, every life is meaningful and we’re all here to learn that dreams do come true. Thoughts become things and imagination is the gift that can bring love, health, abundance, and happiness into our lives.” TUT reminds us of life’s fundamental truths: life is magical, we are adored and powerful, and dreams really do come true. Joining is FREE and begins with taking “the oath” to receive their free daily emails, Notes from the Universe – which is a guaranteed way to put a smile on your face!
Vedic Meditation Thought of the Day
“The three things necessary for the joy of living are: being grounded in the Self, integrating present moment awareness, and reframing our experience of life so that our understanding of it reflects the truth of consciousness more fully. This “Vedic Meditation Thought of the Day” offers us options to see things differently than is our habit, so that over time our thinking will become more attuned to this truth of consciousness.” ~ Jeff Kober