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The Power of Gratitude

Posted on: March 10, 2012


Back in Fiji we were taught to pray and give thanks for our daily bread.  This teaching is still alive in me today.  When you see those who are less fortunate one should be appreciative of what we have..little or more, it all counts. I have on my journey learnt to be grateful for a lot of things, even the hard lessons.

Keeping a gratitude dairy or even silently saying thank you to the Creator has shown me how quickly life brings happiness and miracles. I say my thanks every night before going to bed and first think in the morning. I give thanks during the day for the magic it brings me and all the time I have to do things I love.

If you are here reading this, know this in your heart that your gratitude will move mountains for you. It is time !!!

And I am so grateful to WordPress for this space where I can share openly with others what truly matters.

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5 Responses to "The Power of Gratitude"

i love your blog, i have it in my rss reader and always like new things coming up from it.

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Happy Easter and thanks you for the this link !!!

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