Friday 19 July 2013

Maintaining our attitude of gratitude

Almost 35 years ago I faced a life-threatening illness.  My doctors advice at the time to have "an attitude of gratitude" surprised me.  I thought I could die and he wants me to be grateful!  I have learned over many years a truth - when we are grateful for what we've got, we can have more of what we want.

I am grateful today for being alive, for another opportunity to bring my unique self to the world.

How grateful are you?  Does your gratitude shine through in all that you do?

Here are some ways to maintain your attitude of gratitude.

There is some great advice too in this blog from Kare Anderson.

Be the difference you want to see in the world.

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