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"The harvest of old age is the recollection and abundance of blessing previously secured."
- Marcus Tullius Cicero


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Hello everyone! This week I've been working on a lot of new stuff and I wanted to post this new wallpaper as part of my first of two wallpapers related to the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday. And while this particular design will not be an actual "holiday" wall, I still wanted to release it tonight as I finish up my new Thanksgiving wall in a few weeks. So, enjoy my latest entitled "Blessings", which makes this my 156th wallpaper overall to the gallery.

The "harvest of old age" is not something that everyone is privileged to in life. My own brother had a short, yet full life. So I consider myself a blessed man to see (insert the age I am now here) years old. (You didn't really think I was actually going to reveal that here did you?) smile

OK, I know that it's easy to become a little sad when you come to another birthday and the counter goes up 1 more "tick" - especially when you're approaching, or in the middle of, or past "middle-age". And while I know that not everyone falls into this category, I know there are some that really do become depressed and use negative thinking to guide their reflection on where they picture themselves currently in their life. Usually, they are too hard on themselves.

In fact this can become very easy to do on an every-day basis. But we need to get into the habit of counting the blessings that God gives us. They are actually abundant when you really stop and think.

Think you have it rough today? Maybe you do, but there is probably someone else you even know too who is going through something even worse.

So, when you're tempted to start thinking negatively, catch yourself and those thoughts - and recall 1-3 things that you can be thankful for today and focus on those things for a few minutes.

If you can get into this habit, you'll realize just how many blessings in fact you have and aging can become an opportunity of blessing itself.

Life is a great gift! Count your blessings today!
- Original blog entry from 11.15.2015

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