An Attitude of Gratitude

π’œπ“ƒ π’œπ“‰π“‰π’Ύπ“‰π“Šπ’Ήπ‘’ π‘œπ’» π’’π“‡π’Άπ“‰π’Ύπ“‰π“Šπ’Ήπ‘’

Ever since I decided to write only happy and positive things in my journals, I’ve started filling them in faster. I have adopted an attitude of gratitude and I have focused myself on counting my blessings instead of others.

There are times when I want to stop whatever I’m doing and open my journal to write in it and create my brand of happiness. I used to use my journals to vent and cry into. I’ve filled pages and pages with what angered me. Eventually, all that has given way to gratitude.

𝐼 𝓇𝑒𝓂𝒢𝒾𝓃 π‘”π“‡π’Άπ“‰π‘’π’»π“Šπ“ π’»π‘œπ“‡ 𝒢𝓁𝓁 𝓉𝒽𝒢𝓉 𝐼 𝒽𝒢𝓋𝑒. πŸ’ž

What are you grateful for today?

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2 comments

  1. Wow…That’s so crisp,lucid, coherent & taut piece on gratitude….have always believed in gratitude what with the scriptures I follow which says…’Teraa Bhaanaa Meethaa Laagay’…good wishes.
    @bobbysings

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