Today’s moment of bunniness features Gilbert the bunny, with many thanks to @hope_stokes for the awesome pic.
For me, this pic of Gilbert is a perfect reminder that we do not need to overthink each and every moment of our lives. Often, it is enough to relax and appreciate what is. It may help to have a loving hand to support and encourage us, but ultimately we are responsible for our own lives and how we choose to respond to them.
Sometimes we wonder whether this is the right moment or whether we should respond in a particular way. This helps us react responsibly and with conscious intentions. But lengthy thought-spirals that cycle through every possible outcome and every thing that could possibly go wrong will only stand between us and a true experience of our day.
Today, it is time to let go of the thought-spirals. It is time to take Gilbert’s advice and be present without analyzing each moment of the day. Otherwise, we might miss the opportunity to experience the sweetness and joy that is right here in front of us.
Thank you to Aaliya M. and her lovely bun, Nilla, for today’s moment of bunniness.
We spend so much of our lives looking for more or better than what we have, without stopping to see what is right in front of us. Nilla is here to show us we could have all we need if we would only take the time to notice.
It’s a little hard to know if Nilla is really enjoying the beauty or about to have a snack…but, either way–this is one happy bunny, living in the moment.
May we all take a moment today to stop and appreciate what is already present in our lives. Beauty and bunniness is everywhere!
Today’s moment of bunniness is brought to us by Arthur the bunny and his loving human, Danica L. Thank you, Danica and Arthur!
As he peers into the future, Arthur faces a sea of uncertainty. Fortunately, he is wise and knows the path will become clearer as he begins to hop. He also knows his hops will become more confident as he goes.
For us, this means today’s conscious choices and positive actions will lead to our best possible tomorrows.
Of course, it’s not always easy. Right now, it is challenging for me to stay present and make positive choices because I am still grieving. But I do the best I can, and that is always enough.
Is anything stopping you from hopping forth and making your future the best it can be?