“Get” To Do List

Instead of looking at all our daily tasks as things we “have” to do or “must” do or “need” to do, what happens if we look at them as things we “get” to do? To have enormous gratitude in our heart that we’re alive and we have the extreme privilege of getting to do things. Especially helping others.

It’s a subtle shift semantically–one word–but monumental for our outlook and our approach to daily living.

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