Day 361 – Remembering the Year of 2011

2011 was a year of extremes.  From the tragedy of Japan’s devastating earthquake and tsunami, to the pageantry of a British Royal wedding; from the wave of revolutionary change in Egypt, Tunisia and Libya, to the solemn commemoration that took place on September 11, we reflect on a passing year filled with emotion, knowing the world will never be the same.

We’re reminded that life is fragile. We can be here today, and gone the next. What we need to do is be grateful for what we have now and embrace those that you love. Stop worrying about the little things that appear so large when in reality they are nothing but a tiny speck of dust that really isn’t as important as life itself.

Let us be thankful and focus on making progress in a world that is full of Life. A life that we can choose not to give up, to survive, and believe in a power that we already possess to be the best that we can be on this planet.

Open the doors of today before tomorrow is gone.

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About Dave, The Gratitude Guy

Dave Block, aka “Dave, The Gratitude Guy” is an emerging entrepreneur on a mission to spread a powerful message about the importance of having daily gratitude in your life. His cause is to create positive change in the world by educating everyone, through his appearances, blogs, videos, and future projects that the best way for us to value our present day happiness is to be grateful for what we have in our life right now. If more people lived life this way, great changes would occur. Just understand that by being who you really are, you will attract more of what you truly want in your life. And gratitude is the key that opens up the door to happiness. Recently, Dave have branded himself with Thank God I... to create a new interview series called "The Thank God I..." Interview. The interviews are with empowering people from Movies, TV, Music,and Sports who have encountered hardships and had to endure tough times in life only to emerge stronger by their attitude and how they are thankful for it all. For more information, please visit www.thankgodi.com
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