Posted by: Upāsaka | 01/22/2017

Gratitude Book

I’m thinking of compiling a document outlining how top be great for each of the quotidian challenges that usually result in internal grumbling and generalized negativity. Some examples would be:

  • Dirty dishes: gratitude for the food we are and the water to clean the dishes. 
  • Car parking: appreciating have access to a car. 
  • Dirty diapers: gratitude that my daughter is alive and well. 

Of course, these seem trivial but hope they help to transform my behavior. 


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