ACTS THAT MATTER

ACTS THAT MATTER: Act 8. Gratitude

ACT 8: GRATITUDE
A commitment to feeling gratitude is the gateway to healing. Anger, sorrow, rage, bitterness, sadness, and fear are all on the road, but without gratitude the road ends just short of complete recovery. Gratitude tempers all the other feelings uncovered-discovered-recovered, whatever the case may be. It is the feeling that contains all others; it keeps the others from consuming us with emotion and rendering us incapable of moving forward in healing. Gratitude is recognizing that the Universe has given us the opportunity to draw closer to the mystery of Love, Truth, and Meaning. With a grateful heart, we have the capacity to express goodness towards ourselves and those we encounter in your daily walk. We who feel gratitude are eager to take on life’s opportunities. We are not paralyzed by fear, because we feel loved enough to continue on our healing journey one more day. Gratitude integrates all the scattered pieces of our-selves; it brings those parts that have lived separately, together. It helps the once scattered pieces to live in harmony, peacefully in power and influence.

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D. Wallace Peach
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This is lovely and I agree with you on the many blessings of gratitude. What always strikes me is that where gratitude is thought of as “outward” act of appreciation, there is an tremendous “inward” grace that occurs at the same time. It’s a win-win. 🙂

Maniparna Sengupta Majumder
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This is so true. Gratitude makes us humble and closer to each other.