Gift of genuine gratitude

You often say, “please” or “thank you,” reflexively. Don’t you?

Such as, “Can you please do something for me,” or “Thank you so much for helping me with this.”

Those three words, when said and felt consciously though, are so full of gratitude it helps keep that feeling active throughout your day.

If you’re like me you’re constantly asking for help, even with little things.

Give yourself and others the gift of genuine, heartfelt, fully present gratitude.

It maybe takes a second longer to pause and make sure you feel it when you say it.

That’ll shift your energy and the person to whom you’re extending your gratitude will feel it.

Try it, see how it feels.

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