Good morning everyone present here, today I am going to give a speech on gratitude is the best attitude. More than just expressing gratitude, appreciation involves noticing and valuing the objects, people, animals, and facets of our existence that make us happy.
According to a study, being grateful may reduce stress and improve our overall health and well-being. Expressing thankfulness is a tried-and-true method to improve our lives and elevate our spirits. Genuinely appreciative individuals frequently suffer from fewer stress-related ailments.
There is always something to be thankful for, even in our most difficult and challenging times. However, there are times when it is challenging to recognize the positive aspects of our existence. Because of this, it’s critical that we develop the everyday practice of expressing thankfulness. Keeping a thankfulness jar is one of my favorite ways to express thanks. This jar is filled with my thankfulness for both significant and insignificant things.
In conclusion, I’d like to share with you a line from self-help author Melody Beattie that I really appreciate: “Gratitude opens the door to life’s fullness. It makes what we already have more than enough. Denial is transformed into acceptance, disorder into order, and obscurity into clarity. A meal may become a feast, a house can become a home, and a stranger can become a friend thanks to it. Gratitude clarifies our past, offers comfort to the present, and inspires a vision for the future. Thank you.