#46 Be Grateful for Gratitude

#46 Gratitude

Hello fantastic people! What another fantastic day at world we live in to have the possibility express our self and give love.

Today I thought we should touch upon what this blog is all about. We need more gratitude in our life. There is so much exciting things around us that you an me tend to forget. We need to be grateful for every single thing that exists in our life.

Take 5-10 minutes off your day right now! Think about different things around you that you feel is important to you and then thing what if you had to live without it?

That is a very powerful exercise that can make you practice everyday gratitude. Everyday gratitude is what I really important for humans. It makes us more alive, energized, happy and fulfilled. It makes us become truly alive. If you just do one thing with your life in a positive direction. Start with every day gratitude it is so simple!

Why should we be grateful for Gratitude?

  • It is fun.
  • It is love.
  • It is a pure feeling.
  • It is excitement.
  • It gives you energy.
  • It gives you life.
  • It helps other have an exciting life.
  • It helps you achieve your dreams.
  • It gives you adrenaline.
  • It helps others.

  • It gives confidence.
  • It makes your true self come alive.
  • It makes people smile.
  • It shows people you care.
  • It gives you fulfillment.
  • It is love.
  • It is giving in it truest form.
  • It can change your life.
  • It opens up opportunities.
  • It makes people love you.
  • It is easy to do.
  • It makes you smile.
  • It brings excitement to your life.
  • It makes you wake up in the morning ready for anything.

Living with Gratitude:

First of all I think Gratitude is so simple that we really tend to forget it. The simplest thing yet it can give us joy beyond any Olympic Gold medal, Success in business and amazing relationship.

Some incredible human beings well known for their gratitude to life is Mother Theresa and Dalai Llama along with other big, but very down to earth human beings.

Where does Gratitude come from?


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For other uses, see Gratitude (disambiguation).
“Thank” redirects here. For the protein symbol THANK, see THANK.
For other uses, see Thank You.
For other uses, see Thanks.

American flag with “merci”, the Frenchword for “thanks”, written on it, planted in front of a cross in the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial

Gratitudethankfulnessgratefulness, or appreciation is a feeling,emotion or attitude in acknowledgment of a benefit that one has received or will receive. The experience of gratitude has historically been a focus of several world religions,[1] and has been considered extensively by moral philosophers such as Adam Smith.[2] The systematic study of gratitude within psychology only began around the year 2000, possibly because psychology has traditionally been focused more on understanding distress rather than understanding positive emotions. However, with the advent of the positive psychology movement,[3] gratitude has become a mainstream focus of psychological research.[4] The study of gratitude within psychology has focused on the understanding of the short term experience of the emotion of gratitude (state gratitude), individual differences in how frequently people feel gratitude (trait gratitude), and the relationship between these two aspects.[5][6]



Change the world around you one Grateful thought at a time:

So let’s become grateful and give grateful thoughts as a part of our daily life. Think about 10 things to be grateful for right now!!











Fill in the blanks every day with ten things you are grateful for and you will Change your life very fast!

“Develop an attitude of gratitude, and give thanks for everything that happens to you, knowing that every step forward is a step toward achieving something bigger and better than your current situation.” -Brian Tracy

John Thore Stub Sneisen(c)


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