The Practice of Gratitude

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September 17, 2012

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The Practice of Gratitude

It is in the shelter of each other that the people live.

– Irish proverb –

The Practice of Gratitude

“There are really three medicines that you should put in your medicine bundle every day, which are the power of genuine acknowledgment and gratitude, genuine apology, and the spirit of laughter and joy.” So begins a heartwarming interview with Angeles Arrien, a teacher, author, and cultural anthropologist, who is affectionately called the “Gratitude Lady”. Here, Arrien speaks to Sounds True about how opening our hearts to innate gratitude naturally blossoms into generosity, with practical advice on cultivating a practice of thankfulness everyday. { read more }

Be The Change

Reflect on what you are thankful for and express your inherent generosity in an authentic way.

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