Daily Gratitude – Day 902

Today I Am grateful for my father – my first role model and inspiration for being the best that I can be – morally just, fair, bold, inquisitive, curious, passionate about learning, patient (which I’m finally starting to get – starting…), for teaching me to accept things as they are and not getting frustrated when things don’t go my way, for all the times we shared time together, playing outdoors when I was a kid, the multitude of camping trips, his work as a leader when I was in Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts, fostering my appreciation for nature, for all of the times he took me to the movies or played video games with me, for all of the hard choices he had to make for my benefit and for my sisters… and for so much, much more – Happy Father’s Day, Dad!

I Am also grateful for a great hotel buffet breakfast – sometimes you just need to go all out and enjoy a good meal.

I Am grateful as well for my coaching from my many friends and teachers in the Landmark Introduction Leaders Program – I have certainly grown this weekend in my ability to speak my word and honor my word, even if I can’t always keep my word – and to separate any sense of fear, stories or reasons from my ability to take bold actions at any time.

Finally I Am grateful for the miracle which I spoke into being on Friday, and to which I have been hinting at ever since. My recent major change in plans for this week (and for those of you who knew about my upcoming trip to Australia – well, that’s not happening) led to my need to be away in Virginia this weekend. I had attempted to fly halfway across the world for the sheer fact that I did NOT want to be without my boys on Father’s Day. To resolve that – speaking about separating fear, stories or reasons from my ability to take bold actions at any time – I asked my cousin Allyson if she could bring the boys to me so that I could be with them on my way home, and she agreed! Thanks to her, and Melanie’s cooperation, we were able to enjoy a dinner together on Father’s Day, which would have not been otherwise possible. It was so important to all three of us, and it made an incredible difference for us. So thank you again, Allyson and Melanie! (And Allyson’s friend Sandy too!)

I Am looking forward to an amazing tomorrow, filled with love and joy, prosperity and abundance, creation and completion, new possibilities and new realities. I anticipate ending the day in complete satisfaction, knowing that only good is coming to me. It is going to be the best day of my life, and I Am grateful for tomorrow today!

And So It Is.


About Brian Jude

Brian Jude is a producer, director, screenwriter, actor, assistant director, script consultant of feature-length films, videos and television programs and commercials. He is currently producing the drama/biopic feature film, "The Miracle Man," based on the life of Morris E. Goodman. (See http://miraclemanfilm.com) In 2006, after a collaboration with the critically acclaimed power-acoustic Indie rock band Friday’s Child to produce the concert film Friday’s Child: Live at Luna Stage, Brian Jude teamed up with front man Tom Walker to create Digital Cafe Tour (DCT) - http://digitalcafetour.com - bringing live concert performances from the stage to the home via internet streaming, public and Video On-Demand television. Brian has produced and directed over 60 music and comedy concerts with DCT. In the wake of his interest in Morris Goodman and the topic of self-development, Brian Jude founded the Inspirational Internet Radio Network - http://iirnet.wordpress.com - where he hosts two shows of his own, Success Odyssey and Manifesting Mastermind. Note: Brian Jude is a graduate of Landmark Worldwide and participates in several programs within Landmark. The views expressed on this blog/website are Brian Jude's personal views and are not the views of Landmark.
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1 Response to Daily Gratitude – Day 902

  1. I am grateful for my father even though I didn’t get along with him. I’m grateful for the material advantages he gave me and for sending me to college and giving me good material values. I’m grateful that in seeing his views on minorities and other religions it led me to make choices of how I didn’t want to be.
    I’m also grateful to my friend Jean for all the beautiful EIleen Fisher clothes that I got for free.I’m grateful to Lori for giving me a fashion consultation. I’m also grateful to my son for sending me a friend of his who is going to help me with my marketing of my show.I’m grateful to my physical therapist Mark who is helping me recover from my injury.

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