What’s your favorite part of summer celebrations? In the U.S., we’re celebrating the 4th of July today. Burgers, bbq’s, and fireworks. Especially the fireworks. Collective
ahhhhs as hundreds of thousands of people look up into the night sky. The sounds of amazement. I’ve been thinking a lot about amazement lately. I think most of us could use a bit more amazement in our lives. Why not? So much in life is amazing. Nature, incredible feats of accomplishment, even a simple everyday moment can be amazing.
In this episode I talk about adding some amazement to your life and how amazement is even bigger than gratitude. Enjoy and have an AMAZING 4th of July celebration!
“We can feel small in the face of amazement yet so much a part of a bigger picture.”
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