Here I am back from a mini vacation. As a read, I took Unlimited Power by Tony Robbins. Self-development books are great because they help you reboot your life in a matter of a few seconds, minutes, hours…
What is interesting about the new phenomena of self-development and the Secret effect is that everyone now talks about gratitude and how important it is to be grateful for what you have before you ask for more or better.
It is true that we spend our time looking for what we don’t have and we love comparing ourselves with others. Self-help books authors are right to suggest that one should implement gratitude exercises on a daily basis so s/he is aware of his/her given talents, resources and assets in life. It is a proven way that one will live happier and less miserable.
To be honest, I didn’t need to read it from Tony or Ronda. Gratitude is something we are taught to ever since we are small children. After finishing a meal, you should say ‘hamdoullah’. Hamdoullah isn’t used just for eating and food but also to describe a particular situation (good or bad) etc.
Saying hamdoullah helps us be aware of what is going on at the present moment and express gratitude for the family we have, the love we receive, the health we enjoy, the food we eat, the shelter we have, etc.
One should be grateful and continue to aspire for better.
So let’s all take a quick moment and think of all the things we are grateful more in our lives.
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