The virtue of gratefulnessĀ 

Embrace the grace of the giver. Things do not matter, what matters is the joy within. Gratefulness is not by chance, it’s  a choice you make in life. Even a smile is what you can be grateful for. 

In the hustling bustling maddling crowds, we often forget to cherish the little moments in life. Moments which have driven us to contentment. 

I wonder and I wonder and I keep wondering. “What if I would have taken out sometime from  my life to be grateful for all the things I am cherishing in life. Rather than feeling muddled for what will happen further, what if I would have lived the present by feeling satisfied”. Small yet mind boggling.

Being grateful makes you pure, it becomes a source of the strength within you. It can become a way of life. Let the tiny seedlings of gratitude grow within you. Let them reap you to destiny. Be grateful for all the things you have in life, show gratitude to all the people who have been moulding and shaping your lives. Life is too short to be disowned. Live it beautifully. Be successful, but never leave your values behind. These tiny saplings should be nourished to make you a better person. A tree would degrade and so will our lives, but let not those virtues die with you. Let the world remember you for your gratitude, your virtues. They are the ones that made you. Lets give a chance to our inner self to bloom, let’s turn denial to acceptance. Let’s be grateful for all we have. The Journey would never stop, but gratitude can nurture you at every step making you feel content. 

Be grateful for all, be grateful to all. Let’s make the bonds stronger and build our relations, for they are the ones that define our lives.

Let gratitude be the way of life, let it take away the pain and strife. 

Life is too short for carrying the ill will , lets make a way for the happiness to seep in. 

Make gratitude your attitude, life will not always  find substitutes. 

Break the shells which have stopped you, be grateful and thankful, for that what will complete you.  

” A grateful mind is a great mind which eventually attracts to itself great things. – Plato”. 

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