Daily Gratitude – Day 1694

Today I Am grateful for beginning the first day of my 47th spin on this planet with me (re)new(ed) commitment to read and write for 15 minutes each, every day. It may not seem like much, but it’s more than I’ve been doing, and I’d rather do some than none. And with my usually busy, hectic schedule, doing this every day is a challenge. (But heck, if I can write this blog every day for the past 1,694 days, why not? We are only limited by our own minds…)

I Am also grateful for continuing the tradition of the past four years of having my boys taking me out for breakfast, and snapping a “Breaking Bad” style snapshot!

I Am grateful as well for receiving a one-of-a-kind birthday present from the universe – a total solar eclipse, which I got to share with the boys! And while it was only a partial eclipse here in Jerseyland, it was the first time we got to see it with the approved protective glasses, courtesy of the Cranford Public Library. And I’m glad we were close to the front of the line where they distributed less than 200 of them, 2 per family! (About 3/4 of those waiting missed out. But being friendly neighbors, we shared ours with those who didn’t get them.) The whole day was a complete blast!

I Am grateful further for 500+ people who took the time to wish me a happy day in one form or another, and in some cases more than one. And while I simply did not have time to thank each one individually, each one truly meant the world to me.

Finally I Am grateful for spending a relaxing evening at home with the boys after this long, adventurous day. Here’s to a restful sleep!

I Am grateful for NOW, the only moment there is, metaphysically speaking, knowing everything I could possibly want is in existence NOW and is in my grasp NOW. In respect to this physical plane in which we use “clock time” to measure the Eternal Now, 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 comes to me, always. 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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