"If we will pull our minds and our spirits away from our problems from time to time and redirect them to our blessings, we will find much to celebrate. We'll recognize that the world is full of beauty, that most people are worthy of our respect and trust, and that the affairs of suffering humans are replete with acts of love, kindness, nobility, and sacrifice. And we'll remember that overseeing it all is a God who knows us well, who loves us anyway, and who is very, very good.
All people have within their grasp much to be thankful for.
Gratitude fills. Grumbling drains. The choice is ours."
-Richard A. Swenson, M.D., Margin