Nostalgia

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Nostalgia is Gratitude

“Gratitude is when memory is stored in the heart and not in the mind.” – Lionel Hampton

When I experience beauty behind the camera lens, I appreciate storing the memory in my heart before the actual memory card. These heartfelt moments continue as gratitude.

Gratitude is one of the first elements of wellness and a principle of Cleanse Your Cache™.  

It is sometimes difficult to express gratitude in the midst of challenge.  I find expressing gratitude, in the deepest challenges, to be my greatest strength to overcome obstacles. This may be saying thank you for a 2016 sunset. 

It is natural to crave yesterday with a nostalgia for simpler times. Nostalgia is Gratitude. Looking back at the beauty of yesterday with gratitude welcomes beauty today.

Be Well. 

Much LUV & Respect,
~Arlene

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ArlieSpeaks Media, LLC, a benefit company, creates art, communication and education products. We produce the GOD and Matter podcast, books, and wearable art items of inspiration. Our philosophy, do everything in LUV, reflects our spiritual commitment and discipline, which values both natural law and science.

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