The Easiest Way to Practice Gratitude

Wake up by thinking about all the things you are grateful for and then each night, do the same. This will frame your day because the first and last things you’re doing every day is giving thanks and appreciating what you have in your life.

What other ways do you practice gratitude?

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3 Responses to “The Easiest Way to Practice Gratitude”

  1. แปลภาษา January 24, 2012 at 3:24 pm #

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  2. Paul staten January 21, 2012 at 9:14 pm #

    You are right on with the priority and importance of gratitude. I’m a new truck driver and have really appreciated and accepted all the help I have been getting on the road. I feel that most people actaully want an opportunity to be aof service. Every a.m. During my meditation, I intend to see others as part of a loving expression of God, and to be thankful for all of our lives.

    We don’t have to treat each others as competitors or objects, but actively choose a more joyful outlook and take steps to fulfill that.

    Peace and Blessings, Paul

    • Karin Volo February 4, 2012 at 6:06 pm #

      Thanks for your comments Paul! You are so right! Competition is giving way to collaboration instead.

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