I would maintain that thanks are the highest form of thought; and that gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder. ~G.K. Chesterton
Haiku for the Gratitude Circle
Notes of daily miracles
Life is beautiful.
What is gratitude?
Giving thanks to well wishers
I am in your debt.
Why am I grateful?
Love of family and friends
Glad to be alive.
Thankfulness is good
See the positive always
Keeps heart and soul pure.
I thank thee for you
Holding hands and walking on
I thank you for me.
Gratitude to me is
Fine travelers on smooth roads
When good things happen?
Pay them forward if you can
The circle of life.
I am grateful for everything life has blessed me with. Happy and thankful for the richness of experiences that have come my way. Sure there were roadblocks along the way but I carried on confident of overcoming them. My belief in myself, thanks to the countless positive vibes of amazingly kind people around, kept me going strong.
When I stumbled in the dark, a helping hand appeared to assist me. A soothing voice guided me to the light. My friends stood by me, family showered me with unconditional love. I am grateful for you and me, I am thankful for us.
Love you Zindagi 🙂
By Sulekha Rawat
Linking to the July 2017 Gratitude Circle blog hop at Vidya Sury, Collecting Smiles
8 thoughts on “Thank You #GratitudeCircle”
Loved the gratitude poem. It’s the little things in life that brings big happiness. Stay blessed and stay grateful.
Thanks Vasantha, giving thanks is essential for a happy life.
I wake up and go to sleep each day with gratitude in my heart. Thanks for this reminder.
Damyanyti, it is these small gestures that make a life large. Thank you.
Love the positivity of your post, Sulekha! the slideshow and the images-and the words–are all so inspiring. My favorite pic is the “holding hands… I thank thee”
Thank you! Hugs!
Vidya, thanks to your gratitude circle blog hop, I remember to thank my family and friends regularly 🙂 It is essential to take a pause and reflect on life, smell the roses along the way. Thank you for your help with the issue of my blog link. The holding hands picture is from our honeymoon trip to Mahabaleshwar and Panchgani in 1988 🙂
How lovely. The poem echoes every thing good about gratitude – feeling it and expressing it! The true essence of gratitude is when it comes from the heart! 🙂
Shalini, I love haiku writing. This form of poetry inspires me to be creative. Thanks