in #CASE you missed it… An Attitude of Gratitude
I know it sounds cheesy, cliché, or even trite yet there is so much truth in the saying an Attitude of Gratitude.
Developing this attitude takes work, time, and effort. It’s like putting on a new set of eye glasses or contact lenses in which to view the world through. When you change your perspective on things and view life through the prism of gratitude thing being to change.
My wife and I have a Gratitude Jar and we try to every am write down at least one thing we are grateful for.
Sometimes it’s just as simple as being grateful that I can walk. Having had open heart surgery and triple bypass I know that being and having a healthy body is nothing to take lightly or for granted.
There are so many wonderful and amazing things in life to be grateful for. I am willing to bet if you stop, take a moment to really reflect you will be surprise by how blessed you are!
What are you grateful for today?