I always ask people, ‘WHAT ARE YOU GRATEFUL FOR?’ It’s a deep question because it inspires you to look deep into your life to appreciate and thank God for the good you already have going on in your life. Developing a disposition of gratitude to the people around you and to your spiritual source heals your emotions and strenghthens your relationship with other people.

Gratitude inspires you to focus your attention on the things that are already working well in your family, career, work, and personal life and whatever you focus your attention and intention on your will freeze and transform into physical reality.

Gratitude will enhance your sleep and make you sleep better. ”According to a 2011 study published in Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being. Spend just 15 minutes jotting down a few grateful sentiments before bed, and you may sleep better and longer.” So, go get a moleskine.com journal or any other journal and jot down a few things that you’re grateful for before you sleep.

Gratitude increases the self esteem and self confidence of the person receiving the grace of your gratitude. So, tomorrow at work show and demonstrate gratitude to your: nanny, janitor, children’s school teacher, husband, wife, kids, etc.

Gratitude attracts more things to be grateful for.

Imagine a world where people are grateful for what they have, while dreaming bigger dreams?