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Gratitude

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09 Apr 12 #322658 by Canuck425
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Here is an interesting article on gratitude.

tinybuddha.com/blog/a-reason-to-be-grate...a-RSS_EMAIL_CAMPAIGN

I am pretty close on this one. Moving through cancer and marriage breakdown at the same time has led me on a transformational journey. I am grateful for so much in my life. Great friends, family, job, life. I am happy about the journey I am on and feeling pretty good about where it is taking me. I sometimes wonder if I could be developing like this without having the pain of cancer and marriage issues. I really do not think so.

Does that mean I am grateful for the cancer? Grateful for the poor treatment by my wife? Hmmmm. Not quite yet. But I am very close. I am grateful for having "woken up" and now I feel like I am on track to actually living my life. Instead of plodding along.

I think gratitude is key for me. I also think I will get there.

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