"Today, let us swim wildly, joyously, in gratitude."
Thank you. Thank you for the gift of your presence in my life. It is a joy and a privilege to be alongside you on this journey, and I am grateful for the light you shine in my world.
Let's transcend this day of giving thanks; let's live a life full of gratitude.
First, let's get clear about what it means to practice gratitude. According to Robert Emmons, psychology professor and gratitude researcher at the University of California, Davis, there are two key components:
You know I'm committed to participating in practices that have a transformational impact. I only want to spend my time and energy in ways that help me on my path. Thanks to hard-working researchers, we now understand that gratitude benefits us in each of the following ways:
If you're interested in learning more about the benefits in each of these categories, click here to read this article.
"Wear gratitude like a cloak and it will feed every corner of your life."
To learn more about practicing gratitude, and to try my 3 favorite gratitude practices, click here.