It’s not what you have in your pocket that makes you thankful, but what you have in your heart.
Often, we look at the things we possess in order to gauge our gratitude. Of course, we should appreciate these material things – our home that provides shelter, our car that easily gets us places we need to go, the clothing that keeps us warm. But ultimately, it is our attitude and how we approach the world that offers up endless opportunities for appreciation.
Kindness, patience, tolerance, love, laughter, curiosity, wonder…
Each of these ‘things’ provide us with infinitely more reasons to be grateful. When at our core, we look at our life, at the world and radiate thankfulness, our lives are truly fulfilled.