In 2019 I wrote a series of posts on gratitude.
This year I’m returning again to the truths I wrote in that series two years ago, such as:
Thanksgiving is a synonym of gratitude, and yet it is also made up of two words—thanks, giving—that offer a guide to the practice and growth of gratitude. Recognizing that for which we are thankful is one aspect of practicing gratitude. Giving to others as a result of that thankfulness is another aspect of gratitude.
Practicing gratitude means expressing thanks. Practicing gratitude also means giving.
– Gratitude and Growth
Gratitude is the antidote to grumpiness.
– Gratitude and Grumpiness
Maybe you, like me, need these reminders too. Check out the posts in this series.
- Gratitude and Grumpiness
- Gratitude and Grief
- Gratitude and Grace
- Gratitude and Growth: How to Practice Gratitude
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