What are you grateful for this week? In this era that we live in, so many people are quick to voice their disappointments and dissatisfaction with the world and with the people in their lives that you can get drawn in to the feelings of apathy that they exude. Gratitude is not dependent on age, social, or financial status. True gratitude comes from a clear sense of how fortunate you are or how appreciative you are to have come through circumstances, situations or incidents. You do not have to be religious to be grateful.
In your pursuit to better your life, don’t forget to be grateful for where you are now and what you have now. The ability to recognize what is good about your life will cause you to be healthy, happier, more optimistic and more productive. An attitude of gratitude will put your life in perspective so you can put your focus and energy on what is important. Personal and professional relationships are built through gratitude.
Whatever your idea of success is, being grateful will pave the way for you to get there. Allow your gratitude to cultivate your happiness, motivate others and attract your blessings to you.
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