Gratefulness not only changes your life, but also extends beyond your intimate sphere. It gives rise to compassion, kindness, forgiveness, and empathy, and thus informs how we treat others and how we act in the larger world. ~ Kristi Nelson
1. Gratefulness is not circumstantial or conditional.
2. We can practice being grateful for what we take for granted.
3. There is always something to be grateful for, even in the midst of fear and pain.
4. Gratitude requires vulnerability.
5. Expressing gratefulness can change your relationships.
6. Gratefulness can drive social action.
7. We can reframe our everyday lives toward gratefulness.
8. The most meaningful moments of gratefulness don’t get “likes.”
9. Gratefulness doesn’t mean being okay with what’s not working.
10. Practicing gratefulness now means having fewer regrets later