On Gratitude

Gratitude and appreciation can quickly and easily transform your life from one filled with resentment, anger, and regret to one filled with happiness, joy, and peace.
The Universe will give us more of what we are grateful for, and often will take away from us things for which we are not grateful.
—Oprah Winfrey
“A thankful heart is not only the greatest virtue, but the parent of all the others.”
–Marcus Tullius Cicero

“There is no tool more powerful than the tool of appreciation.”

Love and appreciation create the same feeling in our bodies.

Experience a Gratitude rhapsody* by taking a two-minute break, and for two minutes, express gratitude, thanks, and appreciation for everything within eyesight as rapidly as you can. 
*Rhapsody Rhap”so*dy, n.
   2. A disconnected series of sentences or statements composed
      under excitement, and without dependence or natural
      connection; rambling composition.
The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
When was the last time someone said thank you to you unexpectedly for something you did?
How did you feel when they expressed their appreciation?
Pretty good, yes?
Did you end up telling your family or friends how that person “made your day”?
What if you said thank you to someone unexpectedly?
Do you think your expression of gratitude and appreciation would make them feel good?
Guess what?
You will probably feel good, too, for acknowledging your appreciation of someone else’s actions.
    This website is intended to be a loving place for people to express and share their gratitude with others.