Gratitude means being thankful for what you have.

People tend to take for granted the good that is already present in their lives. Imagine losing everything as you know it now and how much you would appreciate it all if you get each one of them back, this is gratitude.

This is for all of you that started the gratitude jar and those that have thought about it.


There are also gratitude journals, which I have attached a great page to get you started on your gratitude journey.


Gratitude has a place in your heart, but also in your actions. Offering thanks is the correct response, but if you don’t offer those thanks out loud to people, you’re missing out on the culmination of what real gratitude can do.







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