Sunday, October 10, 2010
A 10 % return. That’s pretty pathetic. But are we doing any better today?
Gratitude and thanksgiving move us beyond the standard, the acceptable, the ordinary. A gracious attitude and lifestyle make one extraordinary, unusual, blessed, a cut above the rest.
You may be a leper on your last leg, but you are going to benefit from counting your blessings.
Being thankful is good for your physical, mental and moral health. It doesn’t seem to matter what you are grateful for, as long as you count your blessings. You can be appreciative of green grass, or generous friends, or loving family members, or pleasant elevator conversations. You can even thank God for your new puppy.