Gratitude Day celebrated annually on the 21st September. Gratitude Day allows us to celebrate the brand meaning of gratitude in a variety ways.
The origins of World Gratitude Day started in 1965 in Hawaii when an international gathering decided that it would be a good idea to have one day per year to formally express gratitude and appreciation for the many wonderful things to be found in the world. Following the meeting in Hawaii, many attendees marked Gratitude Day on 21st September 1966 when back in their own countries. Ever since, the number of people celebrating Gratitude Day across the world has grown and grown.
” I wanted to say thanks…and share my gratitude for everything I’ve been blessed with, Family, friends, and continued support from everyone.” – Travis Barker
Here are some of the list I am grateful for:
- For My Wonderful Family. I am thankful for my supportive partner and wonderful children.
- For My Fur Babies. I am thankful for the peace and joy they add to my life.
For My Friends. I am thankful for my friends who are always there when I needed them most, who urge and support me.
For My Blogs. I am able to meet new friends and connecting with open-minded people like you. Who able to share their ideas and gave good advice.
For The Sunset. I am thankful for the sunset for reminding me how great our God is, seeing His beautiful creations. After a great day, sunset reminds us that no matter what happens, every day can end peacefully and beautifully.
For The Sunrise. I am Thankful for the sunrise for this reminds me of a new beginning.
For The Rain. I am thankful for the rain because the plants are loving it. Rains creates beautiful moments…that fresh-air, after-rain smell, the relaxing and soothing sounds of the rain.
For The Life. I am grateful for my wonderful life and becoming more grateful for what I have in my life and give thanks for all that blesses my life.
Today and everyday I am thankful for absolutely everything.
What about you. What you are thankful for? There is so much to be thankful for, if we only have eyes to see.