Living Gratitude, Giving Thanks


It is easy to say “thank you” or “I am grateful” when “Thanks” is in the very name of the holiday many people in my country are observing today. My hope for all of us this season is that we find just as many reasons to carry this ‘attitude of gratitude’ out into the world’s mundane Mondays, workaday Wednesdays and in our everyday interactions with those we encounter as well as with our own selves. To all who feel lonely on the holidays, I pray that you find warmth and beauty where you least it expect it and in ways that make you feel valued. To all who are happy with friends and family surrounding them, savor it, enjoy it, and let’s be grateful. Wishing you so many lovely and good things today, and always! Thank you for reading. ❤


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