A non-cheesy guide to gratefulness: What to read and watch

Originally posted on TED Blog:

noncheesy_guide_gratefulnessGratefulness isn’t always something that comes easily. Below, some reading and watching to get you into a thankful headspace.

  1. Watch: “Want to be happy? Be thankful.” This TED Talk from David Steindl-Rast is the perfect Thanksgiving appetizer. In it, the Benedictine monk and interfaith scholar talks about what, exactly, it means to be grateful and offers a simple process for living gratefully: stop, look and go. Instead of rushing through life, he asks us to see the opportunities that are available and open ourselves up to them. This isn’t an idle or even simply personal concern: gratefulness has broad social implications. “If you’re grateful, you’re not fearful, and if you’re not fearful, you’re not violent. If you’re grateful, you act out of a sense of enough and not out of a sense of scarcity and are willing to share,” Steindl-Rast says. DavidSteindlRast-CTA
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  2. Read: “A Serving of Gratitude May Save the Day

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