Most widows don’t want to be in the moment because the current moment holds the pain of grief. They are looking for the future – a future that has softened their grief. But what they don’t realize is that the true miracle is right here.
We think that the future will bring happiness but it won’t. As soon as that future moment comes so does grief if it hasn’t already been dealt with.
The trick is to be in the moment with no need, no attachment and just gratitude for what is good in your life.
As we near the end of our own life, will we realize that we missed out on life itself?
I do my best to be in the moment, knowing as I do that it comes with the good and the bad. I believe that if I live in the moment, the next moments will be just as good or better.
The key is to be here now, with awareness and gratitude. You will attract more of the good things in life and appreciate them longer.
I fully realize you may be thinking that you have too much pain to feel grateful for anything at all. But there’s always something to be grateful for. It’s a matter of choosing to see it.
Be grateful for the roof over your head, your friends, your meals and your life. Start wherever you can, because feeling grateful is the fastest way to attract a miracle.
In fact, feeling grateful lets you know that the miracle is already happening.