- My house
- My wife
- My cat
- Our home
- My parents
That’s why I propose we embrace dynamic gratitude lists in our daily personal practice.
- My laptop
- My willingness to write
- My maintaining of a blog
- The tools that enable me to easily share my writing
- A comfortable chair to sit in while I write
That’s a very different kind of list than I make in the morning or at night when I routinely make gratitude lists. It’s more specific, in the moment, and relevant to what’s actually happening.
(I've written four blog posts on what it means to live "in the solution." Read them here, here, here, and here).