This is going to sound so...I don't know...corny? But when I saw the faces of those looking for their loved ones post 9/11 in Manhattan, it made me appreciate every single person I ever loved.
A husband with stage 4 cancer, holding hands with his devoted wife! Relationships with loved ones matter!
Genocide and innocent people dying everyday. It makes me happy I have a life at all.
Death of a parent... brings all sorts of perspective... this ride is short. Take it in and do good. Don't hesitate...
my children been born , healthy and happy , just those smiles on there faces
any type of natural disaster, i am so grateful!
my job. i see probably the most stressful things a family can experience. I'm grateful to help them....grateful it's not me.
I had a near death experience and it was shown to me that we are the creator experiencing creation. We are all one at our essence. Life is so beautiful, now because I know in every experience we create a new facet of the creator.<br />
Wishing inner peace, happiness and love!
I saw a man just got beaten and stomped down and he was a innocent by stander, could had been me.
Friends and/or relatives died at younger age (for any reason), natural disasters around.
first thing that popped into my mind were some "miraculous" events --
I started appreciating life when I had a life to death experience. I starting loving nature more and didnt care what other people thought, i ever let any negative comment hurt me, things i ever worrried about didnt bother anymore. I appreciated everything more n just been living to the fullest in a healthy way.
Watching a film called Sometimes in April. ba<x>sed in Africa there were 2 tribes and one was in charge and wanted to eliminate the other tribe regardless of who they were: a man a woman a child even a baby young girls and boys. They were all gone by machetes and guns. It was sickening. Those living in USA and other good countries like UK and Paris etc are blessed with the gift of a safe life.