“It is not how much we have, but how much we enjoy, that makes happiness.” – Charles Spurgeon
It doesn’t take a lot of time to cherish life’s sweet moments. While these moments are fleeting, each one is packed with purpose, power and happiness when you take the time to savor everyone.
And when you do, one minute is enough.
One minute is enough to feel gratitude as you open your eyes and greet another day.
One minute is enough to enjoy the first sip of your morning coffee or tea.
Today’s Sunday Inspiration: Gandhi’s top ten fundamentals for changing the world. Which one is your favorite?
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About Alex Blackwell
Alex Blackwell is a father, husband and writer. He is the author of Letting Go: 25 True Stories of Peace, Hope and Surrender, which includes 10 free Peace and Balance tools.
“Be faithful in small things because it is in them that your faith lies.” – Mother Teresa of Calcutta
Sometimes you just need to get away from it all – away from the noise, away from the problems and away from the people who are trying to drag you down.
Going to a place of peace and healing isn’t about avoidance or surrender; it’s about finding refuge in a place where you can refocus your mind and reenergize your spirit so you can keep moving forward. The good news is these places aren’t far away. In fact, these places are all around you and they are in you.
Here are five places of peace and healing that are waiting to welcome you whenever you need to visit:
“Your time is your life. That is why the greatest gift you can give someone is your time.” – Rick Warren
You work hard to create a good life for your family. With a nice house, some money in the bank and a plan for the future, you probably count these things as some of your most important assets.
And they are. Each one is incredibly important to establishing stability and comfort.
But just as important as what you provide, there’s one more thing that makes a positive difference in the lives of your loved ones. It can’t be seen on a bank statement or in a retirement calculator, but provides just as much warmth and security. It’s your time. Your most important asset is the time you give to others – and to yourself: