I would recommend with today's video that you not read along with the text, as it's not quite accurate. But the video is interesting.
|From Kat Hurley - Transformational Coach who focuses on an Attitude of Gratitude with her clients|
Try this - keep a notebook with you and as you find things to be grateful for, write it down. Then creating such a picture of your own will be easy. And the notebook will help you keep focused on the attitude of gratitude - even if sometimes, what we have to be grateful for is the opportunity to practice patience with your 2-year-old who is discovering the world around him - in the most dangerous and mess-causing ways. Find the positive in each experience, and, remembering to say thanks at the time, know that you'll create a thing of beauty from the gratitude of the day.