The thought of gratitude, when expressed pertains to an event that has already happened. For example, when someone opens a door for you, you say "Thank You." or even when we survive a traumatic experience, gratitude is expressed because we made it through.
When we think of sanctity, we think of holiness, something of sacred value. But, what is it that we truly value? Do we value the object giving meaning, do we value having a claim on something, or do we value possessing a possession?
Be thankful this day and everyday to know who we are and who we are not in the process of life. Be thankful this day and everyday to bring clarity and acceptance to situations and people who open the Soul. Be thankful this day and everyday to remember our source of wisdom, allowing it shared and magnified with Self and others.
When the word job comes to mind, we think of the physical and mental labor encountered daily. Whether if it's a laborious task or something we are mindless or half hardheartedly doing, we consider it a "job".
Lightworkers are older souls living with a purpose to bring peace, love, harmony and balance to Earth. They bring awareness to self and others. The task of a lightwoker is a chosen one, like all other roles in life to experience. However the lightworker had many struggles in past and current life from the non-supportive energies. The non-supportive energies broke the lightworker down; they often gave up, gave in, or practiced their work in silence.
The world was created in oneness, a single entity, biosphere containing all life to aide in harmony and evolution. When the Earth was born, It was in natural harmony and oneness of Its own; one land mass and body of water; until universal counter energies intervened and the Earth, Itself decided to separate the land mass. This was a sacrifice made to experience a different form of harmony, within Itself. The Earth is as much as alive as we are.
Life rewards are gifts of gratitude. As a society we have come to expect a reward for every act of kindness given. At times the act of kindness is not enough to satisfy our underlining selfish desires. Yes, we are all selfish at times, but what is the reason for our selfishness? Are we selfish because we desire more time for self, we desire to get ahead in life, we feel the world owes us a favor, or we simply don't know any better?