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The Power of Gratitude

4 Ways to Develop an Attitude of Gratitude


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  • Easter Sunday - a perfect day to reflect on and celebrate gratitude for all the wonderful things in your life!
  • Shared several blogs on Gratitude, a series a while ago. Thanks of more info!
  • Gratitude is key factor in recovering from depression. No matter how bad things are, there are things that you can feel grateful for.
  • I get up and think of three good things. My life is far from perfect. But today: I COULD get up.For that alone I always say thanks. The sun is shining and my hubby made a healthy breakfast. Life is good.
  • Love this article!
  • I think one thing we often overlook is expressing gratitude to the people who provides various services in our lives. Yes, they are getting paid to do so, but it is also nice to be appreciated. My family and I rely on city buses, and I taught my kids to always thank the driver. Now we've taught the grandchildren. We always greet the drivers, too. In a large city, many folks just board and disembark silently. Regardless of what others do, I want to express gratitude!
  • Thank you for reminding us how important it is to be thankful.
  • I' m so grateful I can enjoy the simple things in life and their are many.
  • I am thankful for many things and feel grateful every time I go to an exercise class and know that I can do this!
  • And to think, while psychologists are just now 'discovering' the value of this, God knew it before He even created our world 6,000 or so years ago. I think that is probably why He said, "In everything give thanks for this is the will of God for you in Christ Jesus"...Do you think maybe because He loved us so, and knew our makeup (since he formed us in our mother's womb) that He would try to help us out by warning us against what would cause us harm? I for one am so grateful for the person who helped me get to know this wonderful, loving, caring, comforting God by teaching me to read the Bible starting with the book of John, so I could know Him who is the Author of Hope. I wish I could say I was always grateful. Though growing up in the most free country in the world, being given an incredible education which allowed me to become a medical Doctor, eating and breathing the air God so graciously gives to us each and every day along with sunrise and sunsets to boot, I still accused Him of being responsible for all the evils that are in the world today. Now that I know the truth, I am grateful beyond words for the goodness and faithfulness of the One who opened my blind eyes and ungrateful heart. It is so true that the 'heavens declare the glory of God, the earth His handiwork'. We simply need to look up to see something to be thankful for each and every day. His Name shall be called Wonderful Counselor, the Mighty God, the Prince of Peace, the everlasting Father.
  • Gratitude IS the BEST attitude!
  • This is an article I will come back to and re-read. Plan to incorporate some of the ideas. Thank you!
  • You've got to accent the positive, eliminate the negative, and don't mess with Mr. In-between had been preached from sermons since before the song was written in 1944; I have a hard time understanding why the concept hasn't caught on yet.
    I am grateful for having been born into a loving family, for always having a roof over my head (except when camping outdoors), and for living in a country with more assets than we'll ever need,
  • Many years ago when I was going through a tough spot and really down, my dad said something that has stuck with me since . . . . "Count Your Blessings" . . .

    It seems to transport my mind away from the thing that's got me down, and puts me back on track . . . so many blessings!
  • I like to give thanks to Him everyday and for sending His Son to be our Savior.

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