In spite of what the media would have us believe, extensive research shows that the overall state of well-being in the world has increased steadily since humans arrived on the scene. This is important to acknowledge because, what we focus on expands and, focusing on what’s wrong makes us feel bad and stalls improvement. When we appreciate what’s improved, our energy elevates. When we think about what’s wrong, it wanes. Making a practice out of looking for what’s working enhances how we feel about ourselves AND the world! May our vision for our future in 2020…

Be 20/20

Happy New Year from Gratitude 24/7 https://www.nytimes.com/2019/12/28/opinion/sunday/2019-best-year-poverty.html