Love and Gratitude
With its rich harvests and magnificent colors, fall—and especially the month of November—has become a time in the U.S. when we are encouraged to express gratitude for all the gifts we have been given.
Yet if you can look beyond the piece of stuffing stuck in his mustache and the need to shout so he can hear you say, “Please pass the stuffing,” you might notice that Uncle Stanley’s canned jokes actually bring joy to others, young and old alike, who laugh warmly and joyfully with each silly pun he offers up.
Sometimes we need to look beyond our immediate surroundings to appreciate gratitude. We can—and should—be thankful both for what brings us joy, but also for what brings joy to those we love and care about.
The ancient art of Feng Shui is all about seeing our surroundings in new ways, ways that are designed to help bring us happiness and prosperity. So contact me today (perhaps before Thanksgiving dinner!) so I can help you find gratitude in all that life brings your way.