Part 1: A Perennial Wisdom

Marianne Williamson described gratitude as a perennial wisdom. A perennial wisdom has been passed from generation to generation since the beginnings of humankind.

The wisdom continues to surface among peoples who are not connected by language, geography or culture but remains as a shared experience in what it means to be human.

These divine truths are timeless and universal, awakening the human spirit toward inspiration. Gratitude is essential to the sustainability and survival of mankind. 

Gratitude is a constant expression that holds society and relationships together. The opposite of gratitude, ingratitude contributes to social dissolution and separation.

Resources

12 Intentions of Gratitude

What It Is and Is Not Study and Practice Guide

  • Gratitude sharing the presence and wider Humility or intention gratefulness appreciated and the tranquillity and self purpose aspiring the connectedness

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