Ask Whatsoever Thou Wishest. It’s now nonth 7 of marriage. The focus now is on improving the way we communicate feelings. I tend to let it all out in a messy way and he tends to keep it in in a way that doesn’t show the struggle. Both ways aren’t so clear – and we sure do want more clarity. Lovingly. We have been learning about showing love and gratitude to God and in our own selves for any and everything that happens. “Thank you, thank you, thank you.” – Our coach, a Baha’i man named Riaz, encouraged us to read the book, The Magic (of Gratitude), by Rhonda Byrne, and learn to be grateful for everything that happened, and to find things to grateful for. Luke Slott’s recent video about ‘Abdu’l-Bahá talks about how the Master trained His mind so to find the bounties of God in everything. And Luke’s new song, “Ask Whatsoever Thou Wishest” from his album dedicated to Abdu’l-Bahá, Home of Light, helps us beg for help. for that harmony we all desire.