Today’s Gratitude – Day 24

Welcome to day 24 of our Gratitude Month! It’s great to have so many people sharing their “gratitudes” this month. You just need to click on this post title and it will get you to the comment page.

Have you figured out an areas of your life where you have been expressing the most gratitude? Is that telling you something about your life and the areas you want to concentrate on.

Share your gratitudes for today – see you tomorrow!


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12 thoughts on “Today’s Gratitude – Day 24

  1. I am thankful to have a job, to be able to continue paying all my bills, even though I am depending on just myself now. My health is still good enough to allow me that.

  2. I am grateful for Wallace Wattles and his Science of Getting Rich. I have had such great insights from this book and I am very thankful and grateful for it. I am grateful for my home and the comforts that I have. I am grateful for the books and the reading time I have. I am grateful for my financial independence. I am grateful for my family and friends, we share love and have so much fun. I am grateful for all the blessings of my life, thank you God.

  3. I am grateful for the lessons each day’s experience brings. I have so much to learn! I am grateful for the faculties and awareness to take in the beauty of a full moon, a new sunrise and the songs of the birds as they celebrate a new day.

  4. I am grateful that yesterday passed without significant incident and I’m grateful that the 911 memorial opened up finally for the family members. I am grateful for yesterday’s services and programs and for all the help with healing they did. I am grateful that I was able to shed tears to help myself even heal more. I am grateful that God has some purpose in mind for our continued terrible drought. I am grateful for getting alot of work done at work today. I, too, like Sarah, am grateful for Wallace D. Wattles.