The people who glean meaning from life tend to note the small things, like the person who let someone in front of them in the checkout line, an ant struggling with a piece of cake, the way the rain dribbles down the roof line. And these things make them smile with reassurance that with great humility we note the things that produce gratitude.
It's all around you.
Walk through the yard, take note of the buds of springtime.
Blow some bubbles and watch the wind carry them to the sky.
Pick some wildflowers and put them in some used wine bottles (dye them easy with food coloring and glue and water, rolled around inside the bottle).
Stalk the birds, bees, and butterflies.
And if you live your life with humility and gratitude for the natural world, you might just pass it on to your grandchildren....
Renewal is one observance away - one present moment archived....