Change This ONE Word To Be More GRATEFUL

Gratitude is a magnet for miracles.

Biliz Maharjan


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As humans, we love complaining. We express our negative feelings toward things or people we don’t like.

We also complain about things we don’t have. It’s a common human behavior.

When you look around, you have many things to be grateful for. They could be small or big. They could be things, people, or circumstances. But, we often forget to be thankful for what we have and instead worry about what we don’t.

It creates problems because it makes brings worry, anxiety, fear, and doubt.

We attract what we think and how we feel.

If you are grateful for the things you have, you attract more things to be grateful for.

However, if you keep worrying about things you don’t have, you attract more worry.

You attract lack.

Gratitude is a magnet for miracles.

When you feel grateful, you raise your vibration. You feel good.

We often practice gratitude only when we achieve something significant. We wait for the essential moments to be thankful for them.

However, there is always something to be grateful for.

Look around you. See the things or people. Observe the situation you are in. You are there for a reason.

Be thankful for what you have. It doesn’t matter if it’s a small thing.

For example, you can be grateful for:

  • The food you eat.
  • The clothes you wear.
  • The bed you get to sleep in.
  • The time you spend with your family.

Do this to practice gratitude.

Express gratitude by speaking it out loud or writing it down on a piece of paper. The most important thing is that you genuinely feel it.

However, writing and speaking might take a lot of time. After all, we are busy people. Some of us don’t have a few minutes a day to do this activity.



Biliz Maharjan

I write about self-improvement, creativity, and writing. Free writing guide—