I sat down at my computer to write today’s blog post. Generally, inspiration of what to write hits me as I sit in front of the computer. I then took at glance at my email from today, and the blog post was written for me. I’m So Grateful!
In my Inbox was an email from the daughter of a man I am coaching. Here is what she had to say:
I hope you and Sally are well.
I just wanted to bring to your attention to some lovely music which I really enjoy and think are quite fitting for anyone on a healing journey. I thought it may be of benefit to other people you coach or who follow your recipe and are on the road to a Parkinson’s recovery.
The main artist is Karen Drucker – she has lots of spiritual songs/albums and I’ve linked below some of my favourites. The gratitude song is very fitting for your recipe.”
Well, SG, you are correct. I’m so grateful for you in not only caring about your dad, but also caring about the Recipe Parkinson’s community enough to share this with me. Sally and I just listened to the first song you linked, and here is for everybody to enjoy.
As I have mentioned many times, gratitude is an expression of joy, and it is love, joy, and gratitude that are the direct lines to lighting up your dopamine and propelling you forward in your recovery.
Again, thank you SG for caring about the warriors and for assisting me in writing today’s blog post.
Okay everybody. Let’s be grateful! Let’s fill up the comments section with what you are grateful for in your life!
You are worth it!!!
All my best,