These are some posts that were part of a “synchroblog” that I participated in on the topic of Gratitude as a Spiritual Practice. I am reblogging it here to share with and hopefully enlighten and benefit others on what I consider an important spiritual discipline.
This post is part of a synchroblog on gratitude as a spiritual practice. The other contributions are listed at the end of this post.
Gratitude is when memory is stored in the heart and not in the mind. – Lionel Hampton
I think of gratitude as essential to my spiritual health as prayer and meditation.
I love the idea of gratitude and I believe that being grateful and remembering what we are grateful for can have a positive impact on ourselves, on others and on the world we live in.
And practicing gratitude sounds so simple … make a list of the things you are grateful for, take a walk for ten minutes and think about what you are grateful for, blog about being grateful everyday in the month of November, always start your prayer with thanksgiving.
But, over the years I’ve come to realize that practicing gratitude isn’t as simple or…
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