Make Gratitude Go Viral
Here's the truth:
I struggle to maintain an attitude of gratitude.
I said it.
My glass is usually half empty - and honestly, sometimes I'm just not in a place to appreciate the folks with their glasses half full. 🙄
Maybe you can relate?
Then November rolls around. 🍁
- In November I am on a mission to read books guaranteed to fan the flames of thanksgiving, books that will help me shift my attitude to one of gratitude.
- In November I take stock of my blessings and even like to ponder them one by one.
- In November I want to look for (and see!) the best of everything and everyone around me.
- In November I not only appreciate the glass half full folks, but I want to join their tribe. I want to be one of them.
That's why this week I wanted to focus on words that have an igniting affect on that part of our thinking that gets stuck in an attitude of ingratitude.
If you're struggling to maintain an attitude of gratitude right now, I hope the following will give you the nudge you need to get unstuck this Thanksgiving season.
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Ralph Waldo Emerson
Which of the above was most meaningful to you?
Which authors do you find most inspiring when you need an attitude of gratitude adjustment?
Please share in the comments!
I LOVE the quote from Chesterton! And the one from Dickens, even though they were all very inspiring! I’d have to say that I am more of a glass half-full kind of person, and if I need an attitude check of any kind it usually comes from the Bible. Dickens really does nail gratitude and keeping it real, though.