When you “cut to the chase,” gratitude is created from a combination of acceptance and pleasure.
Be glad you’re alive – even with challenges. Things could always be worse.
Be glad for your family and friends. Love and cherish them (and their time – because time is what life is made up of – and spending time with them trades the experience for some duration of all involved).
Be glad for your health (despite challenges), for without health nothing else is possible.
Be glad you live a life that has things you enjoy (places and activities), and people to learn from, play alongside and teach.
Happy Thanksgiving to all of you from us here at Artisans Restorative Fitness! May you all have the gratitude that flows from a life of love and abundance!