gratitude

thank you spelled out in wooden blocks on a table, with soft white lights in the background.

The gratitude jar

At the start of the year, they put a large jar in the hallway and some pieces of paper and a pen beside it. Each time they or one of their kids felt grateful for something, they would write it down, fold the paper, and put it in the jar.

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Dark haired woman with eyes closed, smiling, with her hands on her heart.

The power of counting kindness

Seventy one female students were once asked to count how often they were kind. Now,…

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Counting Kindnesses

There’s a lot to be said about noticing what you do. Many of us go…

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Trust that what happens is for the best

I broke my wee toe about three weeks ago. I have such a dangerous job…

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