“Today I am grateful for my path in life. It’s been full of twists and turns with many unexpected changes and circumstances.” – Octagon Labyrinth – Wading Pool – Budapest Park – Sunnyside Boardwalk – Toronto

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Day 15 of my Gratitude journal: 🙏 Today I am grateful for my path in life. It's been full of twists and turns with many unexpected changes and circumstances. 🙏 Of the millions of steps I've taken to reach this point of my life, I can't say I loved every step of the way. Some were painful. Some were frightening. Some were easy, breezy. Some were forgotten. Despite the fact that I have my collection of regrets, not all of them were meaningless. If not for some missteps, I would not have gathered valuable life lessons and experiences. 🙏 I don't think I could've ever conjured up the current life I live, as I wasn't one with lots of plans and dreams. Mainly, many others have projected what they thought my life should look like, onto me. Early on, I tried to fulfill those unrealistic lifestyles to make them happy, to seek their approval. Sadly for them, I couldn't make them happy. In return, I also wasn't happy. 🙏 These days, I might not be 200% certain each of my steps are perfect but at least each was my own decision. Mistakes are part of life. Most often than not, we don't realize if a step was a mistake or a victory until we're past it and further down the road. However, we'd never know if we don't take that step. We can start small, each baby step still counts. This is empowerment. This is life worth living. 🙏 Let's start giving gratitude to what we have each day! This will help us think more positively in challenging times like right now. 🙏 What are you grateful for? 🙏 . . . . . . . . . . . . #gratitude #dailyjournal #gratitudejournal #grateful #universe #journaling #lifepath #lifelessons #empower #mistakes #regrets #lessonlearned #babysteps #labryinth #dankbarkeit #dankbarkeitsjournal #positivethinking #socialdistancing #selfquarantine #selfisolation #washyourhands #selfcare #stayhealthy #stayathome #gratitudechallenge #miigwetch #findingsilverlinings #followme

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“Day 15 of my Gratitude journal:

🙏

Today I am grateful for my path in life.

It’s been full of twists and turns with many unexpected changes and circumstances.

🙏

Of the millions of steps I’ve taken to reach this point of my life, I can’t say I loved every step of the way.

Some were painful.

Some were frightening. Some were easy, breezy.

Some were forgotten.

Despite the fact that I have my collection of regrets, not all of them were meaningless.

If not for some missteps, I would not have gathered valuable life lessons and experiences.

🙏

I don’t think I could’ve ever conjured up the current life I live, as I wasn’t one with lots of plans and dreams.

Mainly, many others have projected what they thought my life should look like, onto me.

Early on, I tried to fulfill those unrealistic lifestyles to make them happy, to seek their approval.

Sadly for them, I couldn’t make them happy.

In return, I also wasn’t happy.

🙏

These days, I might not be 200% certain each of my steps are perfect but at least each was my own decision.

Mistakes are part of life.

Most often than not, we don’t realize if a step was a mistake or a victory until we’re past it and further down the road.

However, we’d never know if we don’t take that step. We can start small, each baby step still counts.

This is empowerment.

This is life worth living.

🙏

Let’s start giving gratitude to what we have each day!

This will help us think more positively in challenging times like right now.

🙏

What are you grateful for?

🙏”

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