Attitude of Gratitude

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Quantum science states that whatever you focus on—E-x-p-a-n-d-s—. Following this principle, focusing on sadness will only cause sadness to consume you.

If the average person believed that to be true, why would he ever watch the depressing news or disgraceful reality shows? Why would he criticize, condemn, or complain?

“In daily life, we must see that it is not happiness that makes us grateful, but gratefulness that makes us happy” (Unknown author)

An attitude of gratitude improves life, but also requires us to focus on the Good by continuous thinking, speaking, feeling, and acting with thankfulness and appreciation.

However, there are three common obstacles to this Attitude of Gratitude:

  • Faultfinding
  • Complaining
  • Taking what you have for granted

This week, let us decide, as much as possible, to only focus on the Good. Let us make it a point to be more grateful and less judgmental.

Share with more people how much you appreciate them and notice how your mood elevates, how your day seems brighter, and how you begin to focus more on gratefulness and appreciation.

Mike Frank 330-354-1472 or e-mail mfrank6@neo.rr.com

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