Living a life of gratitude

“I’m grateful for …” How might you finish that sentence? More important, how would you show your gratitude for the customized end to that sentence?

Suppose a guest at a dinner party expressed their gratitude for the host’s manners. If that same person then kept their elbows on the table, ate with their hands and wiped them off on their shirt, and finished off the meal with a burp, do you think that individual’s gratitude is genuine? Of course not! The person did not support their “gratitude” with a sincere effort to demonstrate the principles behind what they claimed to appreciate.

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