Look at the sky and say thanks.
And learn to congratulate yourself, to celebrate that path you’ve been doing for so many years, the kilometers you travel on this learning road, your consistency in steep climbs, and your acceptance and resilience in downhill descents.
Look at the sky and say thanks. But remember, to celebrate more often. To live life with greater joy and pleasure, to enjoy your present, despite circumstances that are favorable or complicated.
Look at the sky and say thanks. You always have reasons to be grateful, even when, and in a quick act of reacting to difficulties, it seems not.
Look at the sky and say thanks. And share life with other people, give yourself to the world, open the internal doors and share. Life takes on new meanings when you tear down walls, open windows, remove the locks on the doors, and offer your smile, your words, your attention to those around you.