Gratitude is not about the things we have in life, it’s about appreciating and loving life itself. Just as it is... right here and right now.
Our featured film this week "A Good Day" offers a simple yet powerful lesson for all of us. It is simple in that it reminds us that life is beautiful and worth living. It is powerful in pointing out that we are here for a reason... that we have a purpose. It's a message that is often overlooked in the hustle and bustle of our daily lives.
As the film points out; gratitude is not just about the things we have in life, it's about appreciating and loving life itself, just as it is... right here and right now, regardless of the circumstances. As we begin to view life though the lens of gratitude, we find that our gratefulness overflows into blessings all around us"... and that is when everything changes.
This powerful film was written and narrated by Brother David Steindle-Rast, a benedictine monk and produced by Louie Shwartzburg, an award winning cinematographer and the son of a holocaust survivor.
We've found this film to be an effective tool when teaching the concept of gratitude. It's timeless message cuts to the core of our human existence, punctuating the importance of gratefulness in our search for serenity, peace and happiness..
Our Free Gift To You: We've prepared a special gratitude guide . Thirty pages of articles, video links and a powerful collection of mealtime blessings, perfect for the holidays. It Includes some fun table prayers that kids can take part in your holiday dinner traditions. To view and/or download the guidebook for free, please visit: https://victorystreet.net/giving-thanks-2/.