The greatest gift one can give is thanksgiving. In giving gifts, we give what we can spare, but in giving thanks we give ourselves. – Br. David Steindl-Rast
It can be easy to count our blessings, write gratitude lists, and express thanks to those with whom we come in direct contact. What we may not remember to do as often is to reach out and share appreciation with those a little farther away, those who have mattered most deeply to us, or those we might see often but perhaps take for granted.
Sending eCards is a meaningful, easy, and beautiful way to show our care and great fullness of heart. And we know it can make a difference in our lives as well as for the person who receives our communication.
Please join us, and others around the world, for this heartwarming 5-day thanks-giving practice.
Here is how the practice will work:
- Beginning Wednesday, November 21 and continuing for five consecutive days you will receive an invitation by email to send a Gratefulness eCard each day to a different, particular “type” of person in your life. We will also ask you to reflect on some questions, allowing you to connect with this as a grateful living practice for yourself.
- Once signed up, you will receive your first email on Wednesday, November 21, 2018.
- Registration is now closed.
We hope you are nourished by this simple practice – from considering the person whom you’ll be contacting, to browsing through our gorgeous and growing collection of eCards, to directly articulating your care. Each step of the process contains its own gifts.
With warm thanks,
Your Gratefulness Team
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