A case for Gratitude!




Gratitude was a valuable, daily skill, developed with a meditation/mindfulness practice.

In the beginning, gratitude was an after thought, now it is a cornerstone of my wellbeing.

Anytime my mood dips towards sadness, I remind myself of being blessed with many things.

This is a game changer.

Instead of dissolving into a scenario of me lacking something, I enjoy being grateful for all my gifts.

Being able to stop the barrage of negative thoughts and emotions in its infancy, saves my sanity.

Anytime you feel sad, depressed, or anxious, recite your gratitude list out loud.

Write it down and look at it.

Be grateful for life, be focused, be present.



5 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Donna Cohen on November 20, 2019 at 6:22 pm

    I am grateful for these daily posts in so many ways. This Web page has become a foundational element in my healing and are among my most treasured healing tools. Each day I lean into the words and naturally reach for them when hitting the turbulence. Thank you for sharing this learned wisdom. It’s become my cairn.

  2. Thank you for your gratitude

    Some days I think no one is reading and I am repeating myself

    Thank you again

    We journey together

  3. Posted by Vic on November 20, 2019 at 6:33 pm

    During stressful times, allowing oneself to have gratitude is very challenging. But probably the most important time to find it.

  4. i love gratitude lists. they help me so much. i am a big believer that they are key in turning hard times around.

  5. I agree


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