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I am grateful for the blessing of Wade, who is a great caregiver, and has yet to complain about anything he has to do because I have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (sometimes called Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, or M.E.) and Fibromyalgia. I pray for those who are alone; may they be doubly blessed with good friends and good family!

I am grateful when I can take a shower. It feels so good, but wipes me out.

I am grateful when I can brush my teeth. I once had a co-worker named Cyndy who was born with multiple handicaps and confined to an electric wheelchair. Her mother was her ever-present caregiver, and took notes for her in class, worked beside her while working, and yes, brushed her teeth for her. Have you ever thought about the fact that there are people who cannot even brush their own teeth?

I am grateful for Inward quest. It has taught me much; lately, it has taught me to raise my vibrations above anything that disturbs me. Hooray for that!

I am grateful for the good days when I can walk at the Flea Markets instead of ride in my wheelchair. It is wonderful-even if I do pay for it later...:)

I am grateful for my comfy bed. I spend a lot of time in it. I am also grateful for the fact that my computer, my TV and my phone are all in reach of my bed.

I am grateful to God for our new church, and the strength He has given to Wade and I to go there.

I am grateful for the wonderful phone conversation Wade and I had with a fellow IQ memnber who also suffers from CFS. It was terrific to share notes. Thank you, dear lady!

I am grateful for Today and to be alive....

Now, what is your list???

Be happy!

Jai ♥♥♥

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asked 23 Jan '14, 22:14

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I am glad that you are using the tool of gratitude @Jai. Truly helpful in many ways. I personally have no "list" rather I am grateful for this moment and all that is in it NOW.


answered 25 Jan '14, 03:36

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(29 Jan '14, 10:33) ursixx

Made me cry,thank you.

(29 Jan '14, 12:05) Roy

@ursixx This was a good video!

(05 Feb '14, 22:39) Wade Casaldi
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hey darling...

first of all very beautiful question. its my favorite subject.., gratitude..!!!

in my lists i include following things..

  • great ,whole n perfect health- for all the organs, systems and cells in my body that are in perfect whole health, for my strong immune system, for all senses, for healthy legs, hands, heart, brain, lungs
  • great wealth- for all the money that god gave me n my family till now. , for that i always have enough money to eat anything or to buy.
  • great happiness
  • great success n prosperity
  • loving relationships, , our parents,family, friends , well wishers, loving IQ friends that seem even closer than blood relatives..i call them ..soul relatives. :))
  • beautiful nature- for the sun, moon, stars, all planets, beautiful woods, trees, colourful flowers, rains, snow, sunshine, sky, clouds n mother nature n earths crust n al minerals.
  • all the love n freedom that God has given us.
  • beautiful life and all the abundance.
  • primary needs- for my home sweet home, for roof over my head, floor under my feet, for pure oxygen that i breath, for my breaths, for daily tasty food that i eat, water that i drink n warm water that i have for bathing, for my beautiful clothes.
  • secondary needs- like car that i have, for parties, for all luxuries,for my computer, for my phone, my internet that connects me with entire world, for all social connections like..facebook, IQ, mails..etc
  • God, all of my angels and for all powers that God has given me.
  • me and myself and my beautiful soul
  • for this universe, world -which is a beautiful place to live in.
  • spiritualism. - for all the sources that provides me a souces for this like...our IQ, all books, blogs, masters that share their knowledge with us.
  • other things like..-
  • for all the kind strangers that brighten my day when i least expect it.
  • for my laughter that adds up more beauty to my happiness and lightens my day :)))))
  • transport
  • technology- that has made our lives more easy.

hope you liked this..

.i have one more list may check this also...

...Here are 60 things to be grateful for in our lives:

  1. Your parents - For giving birth to you. Because if there is no them, there will not be you.
  2. Your family – For being your closest kin in the world
  3. Your friends – For being your companions in life
  4. Sense of sight – For letting you see the colors of life
  5. Sense of hearing - For letting you hear trickle of rain, the voices of your loved ones, and the harmonious chords of music
  6. Sense of touch - For letting you feel the texture of your clothes, the breeze of the wind, the hands of your loved ones
  7. Sense of smell – For letting you smell scented candles, perfumes, and beautiful flowers in your garden
  8. Sense of taste – For letting you savor the sweetness of fruits, the saltiness of seawater, the sourness of pickles, the bitterness of bitter gourd, and the spiciness of chilli
  9. Your speech – For giving you the outlet to express yourself
  10. Your heart – For pumping blood to all the parts of your body every second since you were born; for giving you the ability to feel
  11. Your lungs – For letting you breathe so you can live
  12. Your immune system – For fighting viruses that enter your body. For keeping you in the pink of your health so you can do the things you love.
  13. Your hands – So you can type on your computer, flip the pages of books, and hold the hands of your loved ones
  14. Your legs - For letting you walk, run, swim, play the sports you love, and curl up in the comfort of your seat
  15. Your mind - For the ability to think, to store memories, and to create new solutions
  16. Your good health – For enabling you to do what you want to do and for what you’re about to do in the future
  17. Your school - For providing a environment conducive to learning and growing
  18. Your teachers – For their dedication and for passing down knowledge to you
  19. Tears – For helping you express your deepest emotions
  20. Disappointment - So you know the things that matter to you most
  21. Fears – So you know your opportunities for growth
  22. Pain – For you to become a stronger person
  23. Sadness – For you to appreciate the spectrum of human emotions
  24. Happiness – For you to soak in the beauty of life
  25. The Sun - For bringing in light and beauty to this world
  26. Sunset – For a beautiful sight to end the day
  27. Moon and Stars - For brightening up our night sky
  28. Sunrise - For a beautiful sight to start the morning
  29. Rain – For cooling you when it gets too warm and for making it comfy to sleep in on weekends
  30. Snow – For making winter even more beautiful
  31. Rainbows – For a beautiful sight to look forward to after rain
  32. Oxygen - For making life possible
  33. The earth – For creating the environment for life to begin
  34. Mother nature - For covering our world in beauty
  35. Animals – For adding to the diversity of life36. Internet - For connecting you and me despite the physical space between us
  36. Transport - For making it easier to commute from one place to another
  37. Mobile phones – For making it easy to stay in touch with others
  38. Computers – For making our lives more effective and efficient
  39. Technology – For making impossible things possible
  40. Movies – For providing a source of entertainment
  41. Books – For adding wisdom into your life
  42. Blogs – For connecting you with other like-minded people
  43. Shoes – For protecting your feet when you are out
  44. Time – For a system to organize yourself and keep track of activities
  45. Your job – For giving you a source of living and for being a medium where you can add value to the world
  46. your pet
  47. Music - For lifting your spirits when you’re down and for filling your life with more love
  48. Your bed - For you to sleep comfortably in every night
  49. Your home - For a place you can call home
  50. Your soul mate – For being the one who understands everything you’re going through
  51. Your best friends – For being there for you whenever you need them
  52. Your enemies – For helping you uncover your blind spots so you can become a better person
  53. Kind strangers – For brightening up your days when you least expect it
  54. Your mistakes - For helping you to improve and become better
  55. Heartbreaks - For helping you mature and become a better person
  56. Laughter - For serenading your life with joy
  57. Love - For letting you feel what it means to truly be alive
  58. Life’s challenges - For helping you grow and become who you are
  59. Life - For giving you the chance to experience all that you’re experiencing, and will be experiencing in time to come

And last but not least… #60:

You. For being who you are and touching the world with your presence.

love, light and blessings your way..

supergirl :))


answered 15 Feb '14, 07:30

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What an excellent list! The pastor on the Attack On Lack video was talking about how he was living in a small trailer. He was cramped and hated it, he had to walk everyday to take a shower. Then one day God showed him a very poor county, he said what would you think of your camper if you lived here? He said it would be a blessing like a mansion compared to this! From that day forward he was praising God for giving him a home (protection from the weather) & a hot shower with clean water everyday.

(15 Feb '14, 12:09) Wade Casaldi

loved the example..wade, thank you :)

(17 Feb '14, 11:09) supergirl

I was just watching Patrica King's web seminar "Attack On Lack." She basically says that praise and gratitude bring the miracles of providence.

So with that I found this gratitude video.

I hope this helps many.


answered 15 Feb '14, 04:56

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Wade Casaldi

edited 15 Feb '14, 12:16

Not sure how to put it because I've been working on avoiding "identifying language" but I've been working with Depression for many years. It can be frustrating because I can wind myself up to Optimism and Positive Expectation and then the next day, my mood crashes and I'm right back down to climbing back up to Anger, etc. (using the Abraham-Hicks emotional scale). It's exhausting. Fortunately, I have a cat who's been with me for years so I start by appreciating her. I also recently acquired a kitten and his boundless energy is somewhat contagious.

I also appreciate that no matter how dark my life gets, I can always find evidence that the universe is looking out for me.


answered 15 Aug '14, 15:15

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Excellent! Good for you. The universe is indeed always looking out for you, finding your path of least resistance to all the good that is stored up and waiting for you. I too have always found appreciating my furry friends a perfect starting point. I'm so glad you just keep on trying. Eventually, feeling better just becomes more of a habit than feeling worse, and it gets easier and easier to reach for when you need it. You are doing so very well, congratulations! :)

(16 Aug '14, 02:36) Grace

@Grace, thanks! I've been reading more Stingray answers. Found this one last night: It makes me wonder if I failed the test to attract a soulmate but whether I did or not, I'm now more aware and ready to keep moving forward. I'm a bit of a novice so she might be months away but it feels inevitable, especially if I focus on gratitude... I think :)

(16 Aug '14, 12:29) Concolitanos

@Concolitanos - You will find yourself bumping into that "test" over and over again until you "pass" it, so don't worry, you'll have plenty more opportunities. ;)

I wanted to mention, since you obviously have such a good grasp on the finer points of the vibration you offer, that there is a difference between gratitude and appreciation. Generally speaking, gratitude focuses on the potential or remembered lack of something. Appreciation focuses on the presence of something...

(16 Aug '14, 22:45) Grace

..It seems subtle at first, but I believe there is a huge difference in what you are sending out to the Universe, keeping in mind that the Universe's only answer is yes. Just say the words to yourself quietly, one at a time, and see how each word makes you feel. Different, aren't they? Our @Stingray explains this better than I do in several answers throughout this site...

(16 Aug '14, 22:45) Grace

Thanks again, @Grace! I tried it this morning and I think I picked up on the difference. Now, I have to work on being available (I'm a bit of a hermit). I've gone back to school (art school) so I'm planning on checking out local galleries this week, which is something I should be doing anyway.

(17 Aug '14, 14:18) Concolitanos
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