Among the many good feelings, gratitude is one. It’s important to concentrate on the positive aspects of our lives and express gratitude for what we have.

Taking a moment to recognise and be grateful for the things we frequently take for granted, such as having a place to live, food, clean water, friends, family, and good health, is the definition of gratitude.

The ability to breathe, walk, feel, smell, and have other senses is a gift of life.

The only thing that’s lacking is that I don’t always live with thankfulness; occasionally, especially when it comes to addressing my deepest concerns, I have a pessimistic attitude towards life.

Although I have always claimed to be content with where I am and what I have, I find myself wanting to back down when faced with a problem to maintain my equilibrium.

The best is yet to come, according to some. I lose opportunities if I continue to avoid the things I dread.

Regarding this, I’m getting counselling. I can choose to be by myself or take a chance.

We all desire mental tranquillity, and if we spend our lives setting up hurdles in our path, we will never advance.

“God never meant for us to be alone, but for us to have companionship,” a guy once told me. I agree with this statement.

I’ve always stated I don’t want to share my home with anybody as I am OCD, and they would only stress me out; I need to begin working on that. I desire a peaceful existence free from chaos.

Be grateful for everything, my therapist keeps telling me.

I’m thankful that I’m here today to share this with you.

If you struggle with finding real joy, you must look within since absolutely nothing outside of you can make you feel complete.

Relationships end, friends move on, and if you haven’t established a support system, you’re on your own.

Instead of complaining and constantly looking for greater things, happiness involves embracing and enjoying what you already have.

We all hope to fulfil our dreams, meet our soul mates, and experience spiritual tranquillity.

I need to start with me, by examining my attitude and making the changes that are needed.

In everything, there must be a balance.

Natalie Bleau

The Scripture of Balance

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