Thinking, feeling and showing gratefulness is like taking one of those super vitamin supplements. Our hearts feel lighter and stronger. Our minds gain clarity and focus. Our attitudes shift toward hope. Our spirits rest in truth and grace. And then on top of all that we act out in kindness as a result.
What are you thankful for? Hope follows suit.
If you don't already, make it a habit to be grateful. Journal, whiteboard or share with friends and family aspects of life you're grateful for. And look to future goals, possibilities and experiences with hope, thankful for the journey you're on and the story you'll be able to tell.
Like the ancient Paul of Tarsus challenged, "be thankful in all circumstances," how are you living a grateful and hopeful mindset?
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