The Power of Gratitude

Cathy (may her memory be a blessing) was the person who encouraged me to begin facilitating BBA Workshops.

Cathy passed away before our first workshop was completed. She was a very inspiring person and sought to carry the message and practice these principles in all her affairs.

On a daily basis, Cathy worked on herself to improve her character to become her better self and a full manifestation of God’s will and plan for her.

She always looked for what she had to be grateful for and under all circumstances for the element of goodness amidst all her challenges. As she said: “nurturing gratitude can be one of the most healing experiences of one’s life.” 

Cathy was challenged to look for gratitude as she became more infirm. Every day, she sought to start her day with a short prayer: “Thank You G-d I’m alive”.

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