Bask in the Beauty of Everyday
The more we nitpick at our bodies, the smaller our worlds become. The more we focus on our supposed flaws, the less we see the genuine beauty in our daily lives. We might skip events because we don’t like how we look. We might forget about the great people surrounding us because we’re too busy feeling miserable over our hips. In her book Taking Flight: Inspiration and Techniques to Give Your Creative Spirit Wings, author and artist Kelly Rae Roberts includes a valuable exercise to helps us see the extraordinary, the sacred, in the everyday. All you need to do is complete these sentences:
In my everyday life, I may be overlooking things that I want to see more of, such as:
I find small moments of gratitude at these times, at these places and/or with these people:
I see beauty in:
I can capture the sacred in the ordinary by:
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