Sunday, March 13, 2011


Gratitude is our positive feeling of acknowledging for receiving a benefit or favor from others. How we express, what we express for is all based on the individual or the organization which received; so it is not expressed uniformly. The most beautiful thing on earth is our gratitude to divinity, whether you consider as Almighty, Lord or the Supreme energy. Even if our daily prayer consists of offering gratitude to anyone and everyone it will as teach us to be grateful and can pass on that understanding to our next generations. It would be nice way to show gratitude to all animals especially to the ones who help us survive and work for us. Whatever role we playing, we can start from children to their parents, students to their teachers, wife to husband, husband to wife, it all starts from home and which can reflect on to the society. There are certain days in certain communities where they are given chance to show their respects to dead ancestors by gratifying their spirits. Gratitude is a simple practice which can bring smiles, laughter and friendships. We hesitate to express thinking that others may think it as melodramatic; there may be many reasons for not expressing our appreciations. Gratitude holds a very high place in the Hindu tradition, we must be grateful for everything and we must not expect any gratitude from others. At the same time do your duty but do not expect gratitude or thanks.
I would like to express my gratitude to my family for encouraging me to create this blog, by saying “Thank you”

“It is always possible to be thankful for what is given rather than to complain about what is not given.”
-Elisabeth Elliot

Thank you for reading my posts and watching the gratitude movie.

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