With the holiday season vastly approaching, I have been considering and counting my many Blessings. I must admit, I find serenity in thinking of all the things I have to be thankful for. Sure we are thankful that we woke up to see another day and that we are healthy…imagine those who are struggling with or have a family member struggling with some health issue and yet they still find many things to be thankful for. I find myself taking many things for granted, simply because I am use to the materialistic things in my daily life. This holiday season, I challenge each of you, to take a moment out of your day over the next few weeks and reflect on the many blessings occurring in your life. Jot down two or three things you are grateful for daily and/or how you blessed someone else’s life. Wishing peace and many blessings to you all.
So what are you thankful for?
Thenessa is a graduate level practicum student in the Masters of Arts in Professional Counseling program at Amberton University under the supervision of Megan R. Lee, LPC-S. Thenessa earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Biology from East Texas Baptist University in Marshall, Texas.