Are You An Ingrate? – Your Diary of Gratitude


Caught ya didn’t we?

No one wants to be considered an Ingrate unless your name happens to be Ebenezer Scrooge
and it’s Christmas Eve!

But, have you ever thought about what it would be like to actually monitor your gratitude

No? Well maybe you should be giving it some thought. Very serious thought.

We are all at least a little bit aware of certain universal laws. We know that harboring negative energy tends to attract bad things.

Placing your attention on those around you tends to have people gravitate towards you. And so on.

But have you ever given serious thought to how grateful you are for many of the gifts that you experience?

Don’t feel like the Lone Ranger. Lots of people were in the same boat. Fortunately, they were introduced to life-changing opportunity.

And, that opportunity is waiting for just the right person at just the right time in their lives.

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Dear Reader,
When you were a child, did you ever keep a diary? I guess that question was directed to the female readers. Don’t really understand why, but keeping a diary usually interested little girls more than boys.
This seems to change, however, as boys mature and it becomes more commonplace for someone to keep a “journal.” Interesting that the use of the word “journal” appeals more to a masculine interpretation when both words serve the same purpose.
Regardless, keeping a record of one’s activities provides a useful history that can be extremely beneficial in plotting a course and planning for the future. No secret why that’s true; knowing where we’ve been is a catalyst for where we need to go.
Most of us will write about newsy things happening in our daily lives and anecdotes that appeal to our personal sensibilities. We may track our school and business activities as well as our personal dates, appointments and schedules.
Okay, so what’s the deal with “Your Diary of Gratitude” and what does it have to do with anything? Well, first off, if you grasp the concept of “like attracts like” then you’re in a better place to understand how such a diary can affect your life.
Plus, it wouldn’t do much good to write about a “Journal of Ingratitude”, would it?
Grab hold of the premise that what you can perceive, you can acheive. Your idea becomes more powerful when you write it down. There truly is no sword more powerful than the pen – even in digital form.
So, if the idea of being, doing and having more appeals to you, then consider starting a “Your Diary of Gratitude” of your own. Why would you even look at a concept like this?