Saying thank you to people who have given you a gift or done something nice for you is a good start, but gratitude is so much more than words – scientifically speaking, it is an emotion, too. However, unlike other emotions, gratitude is learned, and it doesn’t always come easy.
It is said that if you have food in the refrigerator, clothes on your back, a roof over your head, and a place to sleep, you are richer than 75% of this world, so why do we find it easier to be negative rather than positive?
It’s especially important in these troubled times to practice gratitude so that you can balance the bad with the good, but it is exactly these troubled times that make that harder to do. After all, it can seem like an impossible task to see any positives when there is so much going on in the… Continue Reading
Having an attitude of gratitude will literally change your life, and will also enhance the lives of others around you, but it’s not something that comes easily to many people.