Driving on the way back home and I thought of nothing. Absolutely nothing. Shall I tell you how nothing feels like? Peaceful. Flawless. Omniscient. The rush of endorphins, the mindfulness training, the PMA and my usual philosophical, inquisitive mind had me feeling invincible. A flood of thoughts invaded me: I felt this sudden epiphany of gratitude. I am so damn grateful that I am alive. That I am breathing – in and out. That I am blessed with youth, beauty and good health. That I have a mother and a father and a brother that love me. That I have a select few friends who earnestly have my best interests at heart and care for my wellbeing. That I have a respectable job with colleagues who bring the best of out me. You see sometimes it is the small things in life that must be appreciated. Yeah, life could be better but I feel like this is the best it can get as of yet. Hence this is my gratitude post for today and i am wholesomely grateful for the life I live.