I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving and a great weekend as well. We had a small quiet one and it was just right. Our week has been a little bit of an emotional roller coaster as my brother’s cat whom I go to Atlanta to pet sit, passed away suddenly last week before Thanksgiving. It was very upsetting and after crying for a few days I felt thankful for having known her.
This is one of the hardest things about having a family pet, there will come a time when you have to say goodbye. It was a hard loss, I am not going to lie but I do believe that she is in a special place and she will always live in our hearts.
Our family loves pets and they are considered family in our eyes, we treat them with kindness and the respect they deserve. I believe that all living things should be respected and as human beings we should protect the animals that cannot protect themselves.
With so many bad things going on in the world, pets bring us the unconditionally love we all deserve to have in our lives. If you have a pet, I hope that you cherish it and love it and treat it with kindness.
I sometimes wish I lived in a farm where I can adopt many animals from shelters so that they can live peaceful lives. I have this “dream” in the “Things to Manifest” list and I am working towards making it a reality.
What’s in your manifesting list or your goal list?
I know I have to work for the things that I want in my life, but I think one of the ingredients in manifesting is believing. Believing that it will come to you, believing that you deserve them, and believing that it’s done.
This week I invite you to take deep breaths when you start to lose faith and believe that everything is happening as it should be. I know sometimes it’s easier said than done, but when you stop and take a moment to shift your focus: amazing things can happen.
I know we can do it, because I believe…
Mantra of the Week: I believe in myself.