Inflected Form: plural boun·ties
1 : That which is given generously or liberally.
Bounty sits high on a mountain, a continual spring, pouring her soul into the valley of humanity. Do I notice as her waters rise, running across my feet, or am I looking at my neighbor and believing the lie that there is lack? Am I aware of the unlimited capacity and the magic of letting go, of giving away, of freeing myself? Am I giving to add to Bounty's rushing waters, or for my own gain? Can I keep faith and focus on the flow around me or do I lose myself in useless eddies of accumulation? Do I stop and drink up her gifts with gratitude or do I drown in self-pity and remorse for what I think I need and do not have?
I pray for the faith. I pray for the freedom. I pray for the strength, gratitude, and perseverance in my cognition of the limitless bounty in my life.