G is for Gratitude (via Speaking from the Heart)

Just needed to share…

G is for Gratitude The words “gratitude” and “grace” share a common origin: the Latin word gratus, meaning “pleasing” or “thankful.”  In the monthly copy of the AHP newsletter (Association for Humanistic Psychology) that I receive, a recent article defined gratitude as “orientation towards noticing and appreciating the positive in the world.” I won’t argue with that, but I’ … Read More

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