I'm glad for you that you have good things to be grateful for, and I think it's nice for you that you mentioned them here.
Originally Posted by yallare2funny
You wouldn't know what I'm grateful for if I have a different practice that includes thankfulness as part of a set of daily spiritual disciplines and apply the Matthew 6 rules.
Or maybe I'd worry that I'd devalue my own thankfulness by preambling it with the presumption that because others aren't making a public statement of their own, they aren't grateful. Or that including such presumptions in my discipline might stain the humility that generally results from practicing it. The kind of humility that can be satisfied that my own practices aren't the only way or even the best way.
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