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Single Word Sunday – Gratitude

I’ve had a change of heart this past month, and it’s been with me focusing on gratitude. And granted, this isn’t the first time I’ve thought about being grateful, but I did notice a simple yet significant difference between gratefulness and ungratefulness. And I am convinced that being grateful is more of a state of mind. The difference between ungratefulness and gratitude is this – when you are grateful, you are content. You are appreciative. And you’re likely to focus on the good instead of the bad. When you’re ungrateful or you don’t take into account the things you ought to be grateful for, it’s much easier to remain on the end of spectrum where things are never enough.The end where we take stock of all that’s gone wrong and things we wished were different. “What separates privilege from entitlement is Gratitude” But if we flip the coin to the side where gratitude is customary, we find appreciation for the things we have. This includes the seemingly mundane things which we often consider the default …