Welcome to your online sanctuary. Experience, deepen, and share
the power of living gratefully. Open to the great-fullness and
opportunity of this moment. Bring gratitude to life…
Alex Elle asks us to reflect on the question “What do I need to
forgive myself for?” while guiding us to build self-compassion
and express gratitude for the journey of healing.
In the great fullness of life that poems hold, we are able to
explore the rich complexities of the human experience and
feel a sense of possibility so needed in painful times.
“Origami” comes from the Japanese language – “ori” meaning folded and “kami” meaning paper. For Kyoko, paper is a metaphor for life. You make use of what lines and points there are, and you create something out of what you’ve got.
(Photo by Ante Gudelj)
We need movements rooted in love right now, movements powered not by difference and exclusion and punishment, but by common ground, compassion, humility, healthy boundaries, patience and healing.
adrienne marie brown
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Your daily quotes have been so helpful to the people in the bereavement support groups I facilitate. The quotes are often right on for people who are in such a transformative time in their lives. Thank you for continuing this offering. I, too, savor each day’s words.
Grateful Living helps lift clouds of sorrow and brings calming breezes that soothe and strengthen my heart and soul.
Your daily messages give me hope that I can live a better life and help heal our nation and world. Thank you.
This beautiful video of Blessings, and the daily poignant Word of the Day are very meaningful to me. Thank you.
When I read the daily messages from Gratefulness.org, I am inspired and my faith in humanity is restored.
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