Adopt an Attitude of Gratitude
Did you realize that it is easy to have an Attitude of Gratitude? It comes from being truly grateful for what is available in your life and how you appreciate it. These are real feelings, a thankfulness that is heart-felt as it emanates from your heart and soul of your very being. In order to really be grateful, you need to couple the thoughts with emotions.
A person who is not “feeling the gratitude” may find themselves uttering “Thank you” a few times a day. This is out of habit! Until the feelings are felt when saying this, the gratitude will not be felt, the life will not change, and life will be routine. The phrase “Thank you” holds little power to engage the Law of Gratitude if there is no real gratefulness supporting the words.
Understanding the source of their gratitude, grateful individuals take great joy in their blessings. It is a nicer place to be; when you are filled with gratitude you are happier. Their feelings are shared – they are not given away – there is no shortage as everyone can enjoy the feeling. Gratitude increases when it is shared amongst people.
Some valuable insights on feeling gratitude!
Thank you, Kate! More articles to come. Be well. Stay grateful.
This is right on! So many times people seem to say ‘thank you’ without even thinking. I have some DD and Uber customers that go out of their way to thank me and I’m as greatful to them as well.
That is nice to hear, Martha. Let us feel the gratitude and be genuinely thankful.
Being intentional helps, doesn’t it? You made me think differently, today. I tend to say THANK YOU as a way of being polite. I am going to practice saying THANK YOU because I am THANKFUL and polite. Big difference there. 🙂
Yes, Julie. Intentions are significant as well. I am glad our post was helpful to you. Stay grateful as always. Be well!
Paul, yes! And the magnetic field of Gratitude expands when you mean it, and they know you mean it, and you know they know. Thanks for another wonder/full piece.
I am glad you like it, Kebba. Let us adopt an attitude of gratitude.