In 2012 we challenged you to write 12 letters of Gratitude to people that influenced your life. Many of you did this and wrote amazing stories of the experience.
This year 2013 we are focusing on BEING PRESENT. This is your life. Each day is a gift. You can't turn in yesterday for more time. So make the most of each day and continue to be grateful and embrace life! Be Present! We are changing the world...ONE DAY AT A TIME!

Thursday, February 9, 2012

My heart is full...

This week I have been re-posting entries from my blog last year (exactly one year ago, each day).  But I didn't love my very short post last year.   So I just wanted to write about how grateful I am for any and all of you that find yourselves here...reading this blog.  I am grateful for the butterfly project.  I get notes, emails, inboxes, facebook messages on my wall from people that are participating in the project.  People in my life that are not on the computer come up to me and tell me that they have written their first letter and sent it off.  I have received notes from people that share the joy they found in writing it.  And others that wrote to a loved one that already passed on.  Some wrote to their children than can not yet read and have tucked those letters away.  Still other wrote to someone they had discourse with in an effort to make peace.  Each letter, though I have not read them, has lifted me.  It has given me new hope in humanity and purpose.  I feel that I am part of something great.  I believe, truly believe, that the world can be changed ONE letter at a time.  I am going to keep doing this.  Throughout this year and throughout my life.  The personal benefits I am receiving were not part of the plan, but they certainly are the icing on the cake.  If you have not yet written a letter, if you have not yet committed to the Butterfly Project, commit today and you will see what I mean.  May your letters bless lives, including your own.  My heart is full, I am grateful and so blessed.

Changing the world...ONE letter at a time!!!

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