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Howdy folks 🤠 how are you all today? It has been a while since I published an article on this platform and it is starting to become a habit to miss consecutive days of not publishing, I have been feeling really demotivated and out of energy lately (probably because I am blogging on two platforms) but today I decided to pick myself up and write an article here.
Being grateful is the best way to show your appreciation. In this world, we are always surrounded by things we don't have, and we don't always have the ability to do something for someone else. I know that sometimes it can be hard to be grateful. We're all so busy and we're so used to rushing through our days that we forget to look up and appreciate what we have.
There are so many things we could be grateful for, like our health, or our friends and family members, but here are just a few:
You have food on your plate.
You have a roof over your head.
You have a job that pays you money to support yourself and pay bills.
You can see the sun rise each day, even if it's cloudy outside when you wake up.
First and foremost, being grateful will make you feel better about yourself. It will help you set your mind at ease when you're facing a stressful situation or feeling down about something. Being grateful is an act of self-love, which means that when you practice it on a regular basis, it will naturally become a habit.
Second, being grateful will help you focus on what really matters in life. When we view things through a positive lens, we can see opportunities where they might not have existed otherwise and this can lead to bigger things like better relationships or new opportunities that might not have come if we weren't so thankful for what we already had
Gratitudes are good for your mental health. Being grateful helps reduce stress and anxiety levels, which can help prevent depression and other mental illnesses like bipolar disorder or schizophrenia. They also act as a "safety net" for when things don't go exactly according to plan, they act as a reminder that everything happens for a reason, even if it doesn't seem like it at the time.
So today, I want you to take a moment to just stop for a second and think about all the things in your life that make you happy. Think about how much joy you feel when someone says thank you or compliments you. Think about how much joy it brings your pet when he or she gets a treat from her "people people."
Now, think about how many people are involved in making those things happen, and imagine how many more people will be involved in making other things happen if we're always willing to give thanks for what we have! And remember to always be grateful to the one who gave you life and makes it possible for you to see a new day, The almighty God.