B is for Believe

Welcome to Day 2 of my 30 days of Gratitude for the A-Z Blog Hop.

B is for belief. One of the reasons I wanted to do this blog hop is that I forget to say thank you for all the blessings I have received in my life. Fear can occupy a dark, cold and lonely place in a person's soul when they have no hope, when they find it difficult to believe. So, the opposite of fear, then is belief. When we focus on the negative, we become fearful. When we remember all our blessings, we believe in a compelling future.

Isn't it funny how quickly belief can spread? We watched The Hunger Games this weekend. I loved the part when the people in District 11 began to fight back, and how dangerous belief can be in an environment that doesn't tolerate that kernel of hope. How dangerous it is when people stand up and do the right thing.

My husband and I turned to each other after the movie and remarked that we felt like we'd just been through our own version of the Hunger Games in real life. And we are still here. We survived. And we believe in the future, our future.

I've heard it said that if we are to doubt something, we should doubt our limits, not our abilities. If we just do today what we know is the next right thing, everything is going to be just fine, good, and perfect.

I'm going to expand on that on Thursday when I do the letter D. I'm going to talk about the DOR (Drop On Request) bell the SEALs have during their BUDs training.

And about never giving up.

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Judy - April 3, 2012

Beautiful. 🙂

anthony stemke - April 4, 2012

This post was very lovely. Sometimes when I start to gripe, my BW tells me how lucky I am. I saw a sign in front of a church that said: Want to get rich quick? Count your blessings.
All you have to do is believe you can and you can.

Sharkbytes - April 4, 2012

Gratitude- what a great theme! I'm trying to visit all the A-Z Challenge blogs in April.

Sharon Hamilton - April 4, 2012

Thanks to old friends and new. Glad to see you here.


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