Welcome to our May Newsletter on the topic of: Gratitude!
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We hope this month's article helps you live a more enriched life as you develop an attitude of gratitude and reap the many benefits that it provides.
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Quote of the Month:
"If the only prayer you say in your life is 'thank you,' that would suffice."
-- Meister Eckhart
Develop an Attitude of Gratitude
Being grateful can bring about wonderful changes in your life and help you achieve your goals in all aspects of your life, i.e. running, work, relationships, health.
Being grateful is a remarkable, positive emotion and there are so many benefits that you can enjoy when it becomes a habit. It can specifically benefit runners as you will feel more energized as a result of increased energy and increased positive thinking. Physical exercise will be more enjoyable as you will become more motivated to succeed.
Other benefits of developing a grateful attitude are:
Try the following activities to develop a habit of being grateful:
If you struggle to find things to be grateful for, this list may help. Check out: 60 Things to be Grateful For in Life
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Meditation Doesn't Need To Take Hours of Your Time!
While meditation can be a prolonged activity, it doesn't have to take hours of your day. Even a ten or fifteen minute session of meditation can provide some benefits of relaxation.
Many people prefer to meditate early in the morning before starting their day to help them start with a positive outlook. Others choose to meditate just before bed to help them relieve anxious thoughts and drift off to sleep peacefully.
The most difficult part is practicing and getting used to meditating.
It's just about keeping consistent and making time to do it.
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As always, keep running and stay happy and peaceful!
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