Thanksgiving means more than a single holiday. Responsible people render it daily in their undertakings. But in this age of rampant narcissism and entitlement, cultivating gratitude is difficult. So, far too few give thanks with their actions. Rather, they take, use, exploit, and injure – all for their own gratification. And they do such things without compunction because they feel entitled.
I have much for which to be grateful. Your validation and promotion of my work has always inspired and sustained me. It’s impossible to say how much such support means to me. So, from the bottom of my heart, “Thank you!”
I have long known that I owe a deep debt of gratitude to the thousands of folks who have helped expose and promulgate both my work and my perspective throughout the world.
This is the week that we Americans take time to give thanks for our many blessings. I, for one, consider myself particularly blessed. And your support is one of my biggest blessings. My books and other writings have always depended on word-of-mouth recommendations and goodwill. And I have enjoyed an unprecedented degree of that for … Continue reading A Thanksgiving Wish
There’s actually empirical scientific research indicating that gratitude is good for you.