Gratitude and Miracles

The last few days for me  have been difficult.  Not because things have been bad.  They have been busier than normal, but not bad.  Work was a little rougher than normal, but nothing out of the ordinary.  I’ve just had a hard time staying positive.

This morning started out no different than normal, I got up and started getting ready for work.  I didn’t want to have a bad day, I didn’t want to be negative.  But I was still having a hard time getting positive.  So I prayed.

The greatest prayer is only two words.  “Thank You.”   And I always thank the Spirit, God, Source, for my blessings.  This morning I simply asked, “Spirit, I don’t want to have a bad day.  Please show me something positive, something magical, something surprising.  Please, Spirit, I just want to have a good day, I just want to be positive. Thank You.”

Spirit does answer us.  Not always as we expect, but there is always an answer.  Today I had several.  We weren’t as busy as I expected.  I had more friendly people, and was put on the call line I prefer.  But the biggest surprise was that I walked out of work and found an old friend outside waiting for someone else to get out of work!  I hadn’t seen my friend in many years, and it was a beautiful moment.

I had a positive day.  God does answer us.  Sometimes it is quiet, sometimes not.  It is always what we need when we need it.

So now I say, Spirit, Thank You for a good day.

Author: Shannon Telford

Shannon is an Esoteric Minister and a Pagan High Priestess. She has over 20 years in customer service, and her Associates in Journalism. She has been researching Spirituality, Self-Empowerment, Healthy Living & Organics, Psychology, Sociology and Philosophy most of her life, and teaches from personal experience. Shannon loves reading, writing, traveling and just about anything creative. She and her husband are currently building The Warriors Den in the desert southwest.

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