On ‘PRACTISING GRATITUDE’ By Mitchell Odhiambo

You can bring good vibes and positive energy your way, by practising gratitude. People who practise gratitude take time to observe the environment around them...


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You can bring good vibes and positive energy your way, by practising gratitude. People who practise gratitude take time to observe the environment around them and are grateful for the little things. They are what we call, difference makers. for they lift spirits and liven up rooms.

Do you remember that last reaction you evoked when you gave thanks for a service offered? How did that make you feel? You feel the overwhelming girth of life well up your heart. The feeling is beautiful and immense.

Imagine what would happen to the world we live in, if we took time to appreciate those around us for the good they did, the efforts they made; even in our homes, our partners would feel more loved and valued if we expressed appreciation every time they brought good around us.

We could change the world; one person at a time. Stories are abound about people who, because of expressing gratitude and saying “Thank you” after being given an interview opportunity, have secured jobs, built happy families, inspired progress in societies, and being given more commitment from those who supported them.

I would encourage us to cultivate the culture of expressing gratitude. Try it today by thanking your partner for the things they do for you, thanking your parents for the sacrifices they undertook while bringing you up, thanking your boss and employees for their contribution to the team spirit at work and so on and so forth.  Pass it on.

Finally,  Thank you very much for taking time to read my article. Until we speak again, I am your host, Mitchell Odhiambo. Welcome to a man’s world. To get a female perspective on this, please check out Mercy’s post HERE 

 

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