With Gratitude For You

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Tomorrow, we Americans will celebrate Thanksgiving, a day historically devoted to giving thanks for the bounty of the harvest.  It’s one of my favorite holidays.  Those of you who reside in other countries have a different holiday schedule, so you might be working or doing other things.

No matter where you live or what you celebrate, the Thanksgiving holiday reminds us to give thanks and express gratitude for our blessings.  The practice of gratitude is an important, highly researched one, but I’ll save the research for another day.

On this day before Thanksgiving, I’d rather include you in my own daily gratitude practice.  So with a warm, full heart…

…I thank you for spending a few minutes with me each week, reading blog posts and sharing bits of your lives through comments and emails.  I know that your time is precious, and I so appreciate that you choose to spend some of yours here.

…I’m grateful to you for sharing this blog with others in your network.  By sharing with others, you not only spread the word about the tools of flourishing, but also help a friend or colleague who may need a boost.

…I appreciate your valuable feedback about the content, structure, and even technological aspects of this blog.  Your input is transforming what I thought would be a solo activity into a collaborative process that’s building a community in a fun and engaging way.

Cheers to you, friends and colleagues in the United States – Happy Thanksgiving!  And cheers to you, friends and colleagues in other countries – happy Thursday (or Friday, depending on where you are)!  May this day, and every day, be full of thanks and gratitude for each other and our collective blessings.

Warmly,

Jane

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2 thoughts on “With Gratitude For You

  1. Robin

    Thanks to you, Jane, for your commitment to make the world a better place by helping people learn how to be happy. I love your blog. Have a great Thanks-giving holiday. Robin

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  2. Leonard

    Thankfulness seems to come more intensively to those lacking abundance. At a funeral, life is beautiful in children and children’s children. Success is counted sweetest to those who ne’er succeed. – Emily Dickenson
    I’m thankful for so much, when little has been received.

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