Let us practice gratitude

06 April 2020 | Shannen Harte

You have so much to be grateful for! How many times have you said this to someone or had someone say this to you? Gratitude, fortunately, has become as commonplace as a reminder to tune into positivity, yet, it does somehow still take a back seat to our daily life stresses.

That is likely because gratitude flourishes or diminishes based on our desire to train ourselves to be appreciative. Being thankful is not always experienced as a natural state of existence, we must work at it, akin to a type of strength training for the heart. Practicing gratitude can strengthen our immune system, help us feel less lonely, and even encourage us to find compassion and generosity toward others.

The effect of a good-hearted person is incalculable, our team going out into the community this morning. Together we can and have made a difference, thank you for your continued support.