Nothing Is Impossible.
Dear Rhonda and Gratitude Community,
I’m a student living in Munich and I really wanted to move out of my parent’s home. I felt bad about them always paying for me even though they don’t have much money. But finding an affordable place in Munich as a student is impossible. Or is it?
I put it down on my magical wish list and didn’t really think about it after that.
Then not long after, at a party, a friend of mine told me she was moving away and asked if I knew anyone looking for a flat. I asked her how much the rent was and it was exactly the amount I had put down on my wish list as how much I could afford! This flat is amazing! I have a huge room, I have a bath, a dishwasher and she left me furniture so I don’t need to pay for any more. I have a great flat mate and it is in my absolute favorite area of Munich. I couldn’t believe this happened to me, I feel so grateful and blessed!
I had also only just begun a new student job that pays really well. Getting that job was a long shot as I’m not exactly qualified for it in my opinion, but the Universe obviously felt otherwise. Getting that job made moving out possible.
My relationship with my boyfriend, whom I love more than anything, was also on the brink of falling apart before I started practicing gratitude. Now I am about to go to Thailand with him to meet his father. Everywhere in Asia has always been my dream destination by the way, and this trip will be my first time outside of Europe! I’m currently finishing my Bachelor of Arts and my professor is so impressed with my subject, he wants to do a whole seminar about it next semester and wants me to hold the first lecture of the semester in front of the students. By doing this I will earn 150€!!!
I used to feel like so much was out of my reach, but look at all the great things that have happened to me in only a few months (and those were just a few examples).
I struggle with depression sometimes, so keeping up the gratitude can be hard. I find the best thing to do when I’m depressed is to do twice as much gratitude as usual. I felt terrible this morning but now after writing to you wonderful people about how many great things have happened in the past few months, I feel great. Gratitude has encouraged me to really try to achieve my dream goal of becoming an actress. I’ve been acting since I was 6 and I love it, I always wanted to be an actress, however I wasn’t able to go to acting school. That makes it difficult in Munich, as a lot of agents will only work with people who finished acting school. But now I know that anything is possible with gratitude. So very soon I will be writing to you wonderful people to tell you that I have an amazing agent and my career is absolutely blooming.
Thank you Rhonda for changing my life, thank you to anyone who reads my story and thank you universe for everything you have given me! I wish you all health, wealth and all the happiness in the world.