Is it possible?
(Not just during a holiday meal when your host asks you, “What are you thankful for?”)
I do. I think it is possible to be consistently thankful.
Here are three possible ways:
- keep a journal and write it all down
- before you go to sleep and when you wake think of one thing you’re thankful for
- express your thankfulness to others – in writing or verbally
And then what?
What happens if you’re consistently thankful?
I wrote about five things you might learn.
An eloquent Roman said…
“A thankful heart is not only the greatest virtue but the parent of all the other virtues.”
What other virtues (positive character qualities) would you like to nurture?
I often think of the fruit of the Spirit – love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.
If you’re a person who likes to play with paper, you can download these square images – print and cut them apart to use in your journal! Click here
And if you’d like something special to document your gratitude, on Amazon you can find two journals I’ve created.
Be prompted to be positive via email- to remind you that you're loved, to be thankful, of encouraging and to be encouraged and of setting and achieving goals. That's Positive ThanksLiving!