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When was the last time you paused to be grateful for the food you eat, or the home that shelters you, or the friends and family who support you?
It’s all too easy to take the things and people in our lives for granted: it can be a real challenge to find time to stop and catch our breath, never mind stop to cultivate gratitude.
But give it a try, you may find it well worth the effort. Being grateful for what you’ve got allows you to:
* pay more attention to all the gifts you already have
* evaluate what you have without comparison to others
* appreciate that all you have is a real gift (especially the big
stuff like friends, family, health, peace of mind – and
sometimes even the bad stuff that might have made you
stronger, wiser, kinder)
* have awareness and appreciation for the people and
possessions and qualities that fill your life
Every day, write down three things that you’re grateful for and watch your peace of mind grow!