Be Thanks-Giving Regularly

This should be an all-the-time act, not just one day a year.

Giving thanks as a matter of course

My parents and grandparents instilled in me the tremendous importance of saying “please” and “thank you.” These words of gratitude may often seem small, but the truth is they are among the most powerful words you can say.

Gratitude in a fear-based world

Too much of the world today is bombarded by messages of lack, scarcity, insufficiency, and worse. There are so many horrors being perpetrated against other people, animals, and the planet itself.

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Nobody desires bad feelings

Do you like feeling down? Sad? Low? Distraught? Sure, there are times a good negative sense can be an improvement over feeling nothing at all. But overall, as far as I can see, people want to feel good feelings.

Joy and sorrow

It’s important to acknowledge that emotions run high this time of year.

An attitude of gratitude

Being a gratitude machine all the time isn’t possible. You are going to have good days and bad; awful things will happen far outside of your control. As a human being that’s part of life.

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