Gratitude and healing

[Original in Spanish]

Gratitude is generally considered to be a thank-you that follows someone's giving of something to someone else. The expression of gratitude establishes a current of mutual appreciation between the giver and the receiver.

Christian Science brings us a different view—a more profound one—than that of merely being grateful for favors received. Mrs. Eddy writes: "Gratitude is much more than a verbal expression of thanks. Action expresses more gratitude than speech."Science and Health, p. 3;

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