G is for Gratitude (via Speaking from the Heart)

As as Christian we should seek Christ and showing the world the love of Christ not the hate the world would have us show.

G is for Gratitude The words "gratitude" and "grace" share a common origin: the Latin word gratus, meaning "pleasing" or "thankful."  In the monthly copy of the AHP newsletter (Association for Humanistic Psychology) that I receive, a recent article defined gratitude as "orientation towards noticing and appreciating the positive in the world." I won't argue with that, but I' … Read More

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