Welcome to day #7. The word we are going to focus on today is Thankful.
We use this word a lot come November, but it’s something I think we need to remember to do and be more often. An attitude of gratitude is a motto I try to live by.
And again, thankful was a picture I found hard to photograph. Last weekend I took a picture of a barn on some of the flats in Central Washington where they grow a lot of wheat. There are some old barns up there, and they always seem to stand out to me as a shelter from the elements for the animals and the grain storage. And being a shelter, it reminds me to be thankful.
Here is the link to the Thankful Frame.
Definition of THANKFUL
1: conscious of benefit received <for what we are about to receive make us truly thankful>
Being thankful. I think it’s a little thing that we can be that goes a long way. People usually seem so receptive to a thankful attitude expressed. And I know that when I focus on being thankful, I’m so much happier! I don’t focus on the things lacking or that I want to be better and thus create a negative thought process. Being thankful can be such a powerful attitude!
Today, let’s journal about thankfulness.
- Are you thankful?
- What are you thankful for?
- What should you be thankful for that you’re not?
- How can you be more thankful?
- Is your thankful attitude apparent to those on the outside?