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The Power of Gratitude

4 Ways to Develop an Attitude of Gratitude


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  • Thank you God for the good things in my life!
    So much to be thankful for in life.
  • Thank you for the reminder that we have much to be thankful for in this life! It was exactly what I needed to read today!
  • Thanks for a great article. I feel that my basic nature is to see the silver lining in situations but I also realize there is much room for improvement. One of the things I need to do better at is verbalizing my thoughts when I am feeling grateful or appreciative. Thanks for the reminder.
  • I have always kept the thought that no matter how bad your situation, there is someone out there that is worse off than you. As I sit here in pain waiting for my hip surgeries (5 months to go) I make sure that my focus is on the things I can do and not the things I took for granted that I was able to do. I can't bend over far enough to reach the food bowl for my cat and get frustrated. But then my cat jumps into my lap and contentedly falls asleep. There is "always" a good side to everything.
  • Appreciate the information
  • Take notice of how great you feel and how many improvements you have made so far!
  • I am grateful for this article and many other things, my hubby is my biggest supporter even when I doubt myself. My youngest son just got married to a wonderful young woman and they are active in the church. Thank you for this wonderful article and I will journal my gratitude every day.
    Thank you for the article.
    I've kept a gratitude journal for 25 years
  • Wake up every day vowing to do one positive action to move you closer to your goal.
  • I'm a work in progress!
  • I am grateful for every day I awake on the green side of the grass and I give thanks for each and everything which I have and glory for he who provided it
    Unless one has been close to death they cannot fully appreciate the value of life; seeing true abject poverty makes one appreciate what we have, including where we were born. I am reminded of an old sying: I once felt bad because I had no shoes until I met a man who had no feet.
    I have been practicing gratitude for about a month now.

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