Practicing gratitude calls us to better lives, and a better world.
And begin before you are ready. Even when a million reasons to not feel grateful stand in your way. That is when gratitude is at its best. It took me one hundred days to understand this. My husband observed, “You know, gratitude saved your life in the midst of all the chaos.” He was right. Gratitude became both my refuge and my rallying cry. It made a huge difference. Trust me.
— Diana Butler Bass, Gratitude, p. 193
Photo: Assateague Island, October 24, 2016