Are you drawn to deepen your conversations? Or turn them towards what may be uplifting, inspiring or transformative? The following are some questions to help us identify or reflect upon the gifts in our lives that we may otherwise miss. Much of our lives are lived in relationship to others and grateful conversations are another way of furthering our commitment to truly living gratefully.
A fun way to work with these questions is to write them out on little pieces of paper (or download and print this PDF), cut and fold them up and put them in a bowl. Choose a time when you are gathered with others (at the end of your Thanksgiving meal perhaps), then pass the bowl around and invite folks to pick out a piece of paper and answer the question.
Thank you for opening your eyes and heart to truly having, and contributing to, a grateful holiday season and a grateful world!
You can download or print these Grateful Conversation Starters here.
For more ways to express gratefulness, please visit our Practice Space to send an eCard, Light a Candle and respond to our Daily Question.
We hope these questions evoke depth, tenderness and joy and we welcome suggestions of additional questions to include in our collection. Please share your questions, or experience of conversations prompted by these questions, in the reflection area below…
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