What Are the Ingredients For A Grateful Day?

Jun 19, 2017 | Inspiration | 0 comments

A Recipe for Simple Daily Gratitude – By Julie Boyer

Ingredients for a grateful day:

Wake up with gratitude,

You’ve been given the gift of another day.

Give thanks for the roof over your head,

Many slept without cover.

Give thanks for the food in your belly,

Many bellies were empty.

Give thanks for the money in your wallet,

Many wallets are bare.

Give thanks for the clothes on your back,

Many have no change of clothes.

Give thanks for the electricity that flows,

Many do not have plugs.

Give thanks for the water to drink,

Many walk for miles for potable water.

Give thanks for the love that surrounds you,

Many are alone and feel unloved.

Give thanks for heart that beats in your chest,

Many hearts stopped beating overnight.

Give thanks for the opportunity to be of service,

Many people are in need of your gifts.

Carefully mix together all of these blessings,

And breathe in love, gratitude and joy.

Together these gifts of gratitude,
Will blend into your best day ever.

May this short poem bring you comfort in difficult times and remind you of what you do have, when it seems like it’s all falling apart.

When times are good, may this poem remind you of simple gratitudes, every day.

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