The Art of Gratitude

7 thoughts on “The Art of Gratitude”

  1. You are young and talented.
    You should not worry.

    Same over here. Only: I’m 52,
    An age where getting re-employed is not easy.
    Al lot of employers drop CVs where the year of birth is 65 or before.

    Good luck!

  2. Your updated blog posts used to pop up on my feed but I’m not sure what happened! Had to look for you this time and I’m clearly behind!

    Layoffs are a stressful time but you do, indeed, have to be able to see the silver lining. I’m not a practicing Christian (anymore) but if there’s something I learned from then that I carry on to now, it’s that you have to have some serenity about you when things don’t go as planned. You have to think of them as an opportunity for perhaps something better! You’re very talented and you are beyond blessed with the great people you have in your life and your access to good resources. Regardless of how it all pans out, I’m excited to see what’s next for you :)

    1. Hmmm! That’s weird, which feed are you talking about, like RSS feeds?

      It’s really stressful (even though I’m actually quite nonchalant about this) because I get affected with the negative feelings around me. The good news is, I still have my job, but the bad news is I’m going to miss my colleagues who took the voluntary severance :(

  3. Sorry that I am going through your older posts but I am new to your blog, as you know, so I hope you don’t mind. I really like your attitude, and I truly believe that gratitude is so important. Appreciating the little things in life can make life so much more positive and enjoyable, and even though we may not be rich in a monetary sense, we are rich in spirit, and this is the best kind of rich to have. I wish you all the best in your endeavours.

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