- A Million Gratitudes
- Rainbow Saturday
These people have all helped me to get to my goal of 1 MILLION GRATITUDES.
In return for helping me they received a copy of my gratitude e-book Your Secret Formula for a More Grateful Life valued at £2.99
You can help by giving me a gratitude and getting a copy of my e-book as well.
I have two great kids and a caring husband. We have suffered so much loss over the last few years and our new grandson has brought such joy into all our lives.
At times in life I am insecure, lonely, anxious, and the like. But when I still myself and communicate with God, I feel known and safe...and even powerful. Likewise on the other side of the scale, when I'm a little too full of myself and looking down on others, I feel a vertical tension that is discomforting. As I explore it, I realize those other folks are me. We are all each other. We are all unique, but no one is better or less than. I am humbled. To summarize, I am so grateful I can be mentored and centered by Divinity when I am not at peace--so that through the yearning and learning and growing and knowing I can kindly and comfortably and uniquely be ME.
It's probably corny but my daughter - she is my biggest achievement because she is beautiful, loving, caring, generous and a good psychologist despite being only 13 years old. I'm grateful for the love I had from my Dad and that I still have my mother who is my devoted friend. I'm grateful to have work, and put food on the table each day.
I know it's a strange one to pick, but I have (I think) good reasons. Globalisation, or the world becoming more interconnected, has allowed me to meet people and learn about cultures I would never have come across had I been born say 60 years ago. I have made some great friends from all over the planet. Even my girlfriend comes from the other side of the globe. Globalisation has given me these opportunities, but also makes me more optimistic about the future. For the first time we really have the chance to stop just being a specific nationality or race, but to finally be one (hopefully) united human species.
my daughter turned 2 on Thursday and because of her my husband took the day off so we could spend it together, my parents travelled from their home in South Wales to spend it with us, my in laws allowed the use of their house and garden for a party with friends and their toddlers. I got to spend time with people I love on a beautiful sunny afternoon.....all because of a 2 stone, 90cm tall, blonde haired, blue eyed chatterbox toddler that three years ago never even existed!! Just wonderful! :)
I am always grateful that I had the great fortune to be born in a part of the world where I have easy access to food, shelter, clean water and health care.
The support I receive from family has no equal. They help and guide me through everything and is a source of strength. I can be at ease in knowing that I always have my family regardless of any hardships I may be going through.
Through this organisation, I have had a chance to take on roles that no sane person would give to a 18, 19... 23 year old. Through that sink or swim approach, and some of the great reflective trainings I have had and especially the meaningful conversations I have had with leaders in our organisation. I had never met anyone who I would call inspiring until I joined AIESEC. An AIESEC alumni summed it up to me when he said that "It's so weird when the people you most look up to in the world sit at the desk next to you" I am certain that the confidence and skills AIESEC helped me develop have aided me no end and I believe I wouldn't have gotten such a good job if I hadn't gone through the various programs that AIESEC offers. It opened me up to talk about emotions and values as important and on a par with figures, facts and results if not more important. It was also through AIESEC that I met you at Youth2Leadership in Bristol, I was speaking on the panel discussion which was before your session. Thank you very much for the TFG postcards which still brighten my desk, especially on long days.
I am grateful to be alive and experiecing life in all its guises. Life is so short and time flies by at the scariest speed. So I am truly grateful for the last 21 years of my life and hope for many more years in the future.
An article in today's paper says ill health causes more stress than almost anything else. I'm very lucky to be healthy, which means I can enjoy everything life has to offer.
Usually shower everyday. I'm having a new bathroom fitted and my lovely plumber didnt leave until new bath was fitted ready for use. Thank you plumber :-)
I wake up every day grateful to the medical profession and medical researchers for saving my daughters life. Whilst at university in 2007 at the age of 19 Claire was diagnosed with cancer and her fight for life began. After two years of intense and grueling treatment Claire turned a corner in her fight and went into remission. Claire was told that because of the chemotherapy she would not be able to have children. I am now a very proud father and a grandfather to my wonderful fit and healthy two year old grandson. You see not only was my daughters life saved, but the lives of future generations. Claire now works and helps raise many tens of thousands of pounds for Cancer Research UK, again a very proud parent. Proud is important and a great human emotion, but the feeling of genuine gratitude wins every time.
Before I met my wife my life was on a downward spiral. She Turned it all around
I am grateful for my husband, family and friends. I am lucky to have them all in my life.
I am grateful that I have some real quality friendships in the world, people who I know that will support me and encourage me and push me and help me when I need it but also people I can do the same for, I can contribute to their lives too. Thank you x
I'm grateful for the following 1. Me and my family are all heathly and happy 2. I have a good job that I ca go to everyday and share my ideas and help to make a positive impact to growing the business 3. Ensure that I can have a positive impact on the people that I meet on a daily basis (whether in work or family life
I am so very grateful for my partners huge family having welcomed me into their lives as I don't have many of my own left! Alongside all the shouting, arguments, moaning and disagreements, they really have a wonderful way of making me feel like I have always been around. My own parents would be over the moon to know I am being so well looked after....even if they do get on my wick sometimes :)
I am grateful because I earn my living doing what I love, I have a roof over my head, I know where my next meal is coming from, I am healthy and living in a country in peacetime and with a health service free to all, I have access to clean running water, my loved ones are close by and I have skills that allow me to make a positive difference to people's lives. This puts me within the luckiest group of people on the planet!
I am so grateful that I deeply, internally, mentally, emotionally and spiritually know that every moment is a choice. That whatever I do, it's always a choice. It frees me in so many ways to live my best life. I'm grateful that this teaching has lived within me for more than 25 years.
I am grateful for having Smudge (my dog) in my life. She is really loving and knows when I just need a hug. She also reminds me to take a break at regular points during the day to 'play'.
So Steve has created an online "Gratitude Jar" and if you help him fill it, he'll help you...
Simply tell Steve one thing you're grateful for in your life and he will give you his E-Book
"Your Secret Formula for a More Grateful Life"
This E-Book usually sells for £2.99
Now that's fair isn't it?