For this Sunday I'm sharing a thought from Eskimo or Inuit spirituality.
It's not something I know much about except that it appears to be a fairly simple philosophy ... but I love this thought.
The more I read this to myself, and out loud, the more I realise that although the words seem simplistic, it's meaning is profound and actually gets deeper the more I reflect on it.
If we're honest with ourselves, we don't need much in life, really, to be happy. Just warmth and light ... and peace in our relationships, hearts and minds.
We might think we need to surround ourselves with 'stuff' and to have all the latest gismos and on trend items in our homes, our wardrobes and in our garages or driveways ... but actually that is all materialistic and can be lost at any moment.
So, today, may we learn to be content with the simple things in life, the gifts that we have been given and the people who love us.
Have a great day everyone!