Defining Gratitude

Gratitude is the child of attention. When we stop to take in what’s before us, a single moment becomes suddenly divisible into thousands. As theologian and mental health nurse John Swinton writes, there is fast time and there is slow time. Fast time is deadlines and efficiency and workweeks. Slow time moves at the speed of love.

Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark on this new venture of “positively purging“, as I know each of these pieces represents something…

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4 Responses to Defining Gratitude

  1. Damyanti Biswas says:

    It’s difficult sometimes, but I do believe that this act must be practiced regularly.

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  2. Gratitude is a state of mind. I think it’s something that we live. And if we don’t Jesus has a way of allowing situations to bring us into it…

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