This Sunday's sparkenation.
When suffering from a life-threatening illness 37 years ago my doctor advised me to have "an attitude of gratitude."
Every day since I have stood in front of the mirror and said out loud "I have an attitude of gratitude."
I say it out loud at least 3 times a day!
My stance helped me to not die from my illness. Every day it has helped me, even in my darkness moments, deep disappointments, and digression from my path, to live a life that matters to me and the people I encounter.
I have learned one of life's most valuable lessons - "when we're grateful for what we've got, we can have more of what we want."
Here's 12 ways to maintain your attitude of gratitude.
Be the difference you want to see in the world.
"It's a sign of mediocrity when you demonstrate gratitude with moderation."
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