German

Terima Kasih

In Bali, Indonesia, I learned to say: “Terima Kasih”.

Terima Kasih sounds like “Trrimakassy” with a rolling “R”.

Actually, Terima Kasih translates to “Accept Love”.

And the meaning of Terima Kasih is:

“Thank You” 🙏

And in your special case: Thank You Very Much😃❣

Your Gratitude Challenge Task For Today:

Write down five things you are grateful for:

1. I am grateful for …, because …
2. Further, I am grateful for …, because …

5. Finally, I am grateful for …, because …

Please remember that as your self-esteem grows, due to a feeling of gratitude, your feelings of helplessness and your fears disappear.

And here comes your present for the participation in the gratitude challenge:

A Gratitude Meditation from Dr. Deepak Chopra

Gratitude Meditations

Like Heat Turns Ice Into Water,
Gratitude Turns Fear Into Abundance!

Vital and happy regards
Klaus Forster

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