Have you ever thought that gratitude strengthens your immune system and makes you happy and more optimistic?
Rather than focusing on what we don’t have, why not focus on what we do have?
When we spend time focusing on our blessings we celebrate the present moment and this keeps our attention on all of the good in life instead of all of the problems that come our way.
We can all feel more grateful on a regular basis if:
- We make gratitude a daily habit. Keeping your focus on the positive will make a huge difference.
The habit of being fully present and not wishing for something in the future or from the past; just being grateful for what is can really shift your daily perspective.
As you become aware of other people who are around you daily and are less fortunate than you, you will have a deeper appreciation of what you do have.
Elaborating on why you are grateful allows you to explore your feelings and after all, we each have so much to be grateful for.
Just think about it..
Read more posts by Mary Ann Sheveland here. Mary Ann is a blogger for JenningsWire.
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