Gratitude Journal: 30 Days of Thankfulness

 
       
      Gratitude Journal  
ISBN 978-1-933048-06-2
Softcover, 124 pages
$14.00

Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all the others.
—Cicero

Appreciation can make a day, even change a life.
Your willingness to put it into words is all that is  necessary.
—Margaret Cousins

We can only be said to be alive in those moments when out hearts are conscious of our treasures.
—Thornton Wilder

Be conscious of the treasures of your day. This Gratitude Journal takes you through thirty gifts on which to reflect and be thankful. When you're finished, not only will you be amazed at how bountiful are your blessings, but how much happier you've become for the process of giving thanks.

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  Daily topics include: Love, Home, Admiration, Opportunity, Pets, Kindness, Beauty, Time, Friends, Today, Laughter, Health, Happiness, Food, Accomplishments, Music, and more.

Each topic begins with an introduction, includes several questions to contemplate, a quote on the subject, and gentle directions to get your own reflection started. Three blank, lined pages follow for you to journal your thoughts for the day.

Includes quotations from: The Dalai Lama, Winston Churchill, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Albert Schweitzer, Robert Louis Stevenson, Anatole France, Thomas Edison, Julia Cameron, Amelia Earhart, Edgar Cayce, James Beard, Tennessee Williams, Barbara Bush, Charles Dickens, and more.

 
     
  Excerpt from Gratitude Journal...

Love

Psychologists say that we do not fall in love with those who do things for us; we fall in love with those 
to whom we give—our selves, our time, our attention, our efforts.

How has love affected you today?
Have you made room in your day to spend some time with whom and what you love?
Have you allowed someone to love you today?

"When we feel love and kindness towards others, it not only makes others feel loved and cared for, 
but it helps us also to develop inner happiness and peace."
—The Dalai Lama

Reflect on your infinite capacity to love. Give thanks for the opportunities you have had to exercise that love and for those magical times when your love was returned.

 
     
 

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