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We sculpt our brains through the thoughts, feelings, sensations, images, memories and experiences of our daily lives. Our brain is constantly changing its structure based on the information it processes and what we focus upon. Just as we are what we eat, our brain becomes what and how we think. By cultivating gratitude, we strengthen our emotional and physical resilience and improve our relationships with ourselves and others. When we view ourselves, our relationships and the world with love, respect and gratitude, the world opens up to us. Mindful Gratitude is a product of a year in which I wrote a poem daily. Each day, I would look for something beautiful, significant or meaningful that I wanted to remember and write a poem about it. When viewing the world with gratitude, I was struck by life’s richness and opportunities. My hope is that the reader will come to look upon their own lives with a sense of wonder and gratitude so they cherish themselves, their relationships, the world and this life that we have been offered.
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I am a child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist who practices in Princeton, NJ. I feel increasingly fascinated with transience as I age, witness the journeys of my patients and watch my daughters grow. I have been gaining a greater desire to see and record life, to seek the meaning behind the images, and find the allegories that are timeless.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1482619423