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Gratitude Circle Launch

Happy Thanksgiving!

What a wonderful day to focus on the many blessings we enjoy. While it’s always a great idea to have a special day to remember, gratitude is an attitude we need to have all year through.

I’ve found gratitude to be a life-changing attitude to adopt and I attempt to live life gratefully. In fact, I go so far as to recommend gratitude not just for what seems good for us, but also for all that’s unpleasant in our lives. Radical gratitude, I call it. Try it, it’s free! 😉

I’m glad that all over the world, people are recognizing the power of gratitude. Robert Emmons, argubaly the world’s leading scientific expert on gratitude, describes the two components of gratitude in a Greater Good essay, “Gratitude is Good.”

“First,” he writes, “it’s an affirmation of goodness. We affirm that there are good things in the world, gifts and benefits we’ve received.”

In the second part of gratitude, he explains, “we acknowledge that other people—or even higher powers, if you’re of a spiritual mindset—gave us many gifts, big and small, to help us achieve the goodness in our lives.”

That’s how gratitude strengthens our relationships, he says, “because it requires us to see how we’ve been supported and affirmed by other people.”

gratitude is so close to the bone of life

Gratitude is so close to the bone of life, pure and true, that it instantly stops the rational mind, and all its planning and plotting. That kind of let go is fiercely threatening. I mean, where might such gratitude end? – Regina Sara Ryan

I’m blessed to be surrounded by bloggers who recognize the importance of gratitude too. Vidya Sury is constantly blogging about things she is grateful for. This Monday she wrote ‘50 Shades of Grateful‘! 🙂 Laurel Regan too writes a weekly post called Today’s Gratitude List Linkup. In the recent past, I’ve read some great posts on the subject from Debbie Hampton and Kathy Gottberg as well.

Gratitude Circle Launch

gratitude circle


Vidya Sury and I have decided to launch a Gratitude Circle starting today.

How does that work?

  1. Write a post on your blog on the subject of gratitude and/or share a gratitude list once a month and add your link to the linky on our posts which will be out on the last Thursday of every month.
  2. Pin your gratitude posts, quotes and anything interesting you might find on the subject on to our Gratitude Circle Pinterest Board. You will need to request to be added to this board and we’ll be happy to oblige.
  3. Join our Gratitude Circle on Google Plus.

  4. Join our Gratitude Circle on Facebook. You don’t have to have a blog to join this group!

PS: Here’s a good way of showing gratitude to someone –  use these fnp coupons to gift them some flowers and chocolates.

Today I am grateful for YOU, dear reader!

What are you grateful for?

Pic credit : Crucifix Jean-Luc


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  6. Kathy Kathy November 27, 2014

    Hi Corrine! You KNOW I LOVE this idea! I am definitely in for the linkup and will be adding your button to my page. I so believe in gratitude for all that it does for each and every one of us by keeping our minds focused on what is good in our lives. Thank you for the mention and for coming up with this idea with Vidya! This is another wonderful thing to be grateful for on this Thanksgiving Day! ~Kathy
    Kathy recently posted..Grateful For The Little ThingsMy Profile

  7. Aditi Aditi November 27, 2014

    Happy Thanksgiving Day Corinne! This is such a lovely idea 🙂 I wrote something on gratitude today and then saw this post, will definitely link up mine!
    And Vidya the button is so so cute…I am putting it up on my post, okay… 🙂

  8. Inderpreet Kaur Uppal Inderpreet Kaur Uppal November 27, 2014

    This is a fantastic idea Corinne and Vidya.
    I missed your active presence.
    I love the name gratitude circle.
    Please count me in, gratitude is a way of life.
    Will post my link soon.
    Every last Thursday is now something to look forward to!
    Inderpreet Kaur Uppal recently posted..Rhyming with LoveMy Profile

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