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A Q&A with Kelly Boys on gratitude
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What are you grateful for?
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What are you grateful for?
What are you grateful for?
Kelly Boys • 00:37

It's important to pause for a second and consider what we have to be thankful for. Gratitude has the capacity to alter our perspective and increase our level of happiness. So let's take a moment to appreciate some of the small things that have a huge impact.

Let's start by giving thanks for the gift of life itself. We have the chance to take in the wonder and beauty of the planet we live in every day as we awaken. These are worth cherishing, whether it's the feel of the sun on our skin, the sound of laughter, or the flavor of a delectable meal.

We may be thankful for the individuals in our lives who support and love us. We benefit from the company, understanding, and shared experiences that our family, friends, and loved ones provide us. Their presence and concern make life more joyful and meaningful.

Let's not forget to express gratitude for the difficulties we face, either. We learn important lessons from them, develop as people as a result, and are better equipped to cherish our victories and successes. Each setback presents a chance for development and resiliency.

So, as you go about your day, pause for a moment and think about what you have to be thankful for. These benefits, no matter how great or little, make us aware of the wealth in our lives and make us feel grateful and happy.


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[Kelly Boys, Mindfulness Trainer] - I'm grateful for my parents. I am grateful for being alive. I'm grateful for every single thing that's ever happened to me, okay, 'cause it's served who I am, and I am grateful for so much on a consistent basis. I just feel like I have to look outside at the sunshine and the trees and there it is. So, mostly grateful to be alive and grateful to be given the gift of what I have been given in my life. And grateful for family and friends and loved ones, yeah.

Watching Now
What are you grateful for?
What are you grateful for?
Kelly Boys • 00:37

It's important to pause for a second and consider what we have to be thankful for. Gratitude has the capacity to alter our perspective and increase our level of happiness. So let's take a moment to appreciate some of the small things that have a huge impact.

Let's start by giving thanks for the gift of life itself. We have the chance to take in the wonder and beauty of the planet we live in every day as we awaken. These are worth cherishing, whether it's the feel of the sun on our skin, the sound of laughter, or the flavor of a delectable meal.

We may be thankful for the individuals in our lives who support and love us. We benefit from the company, understanding, and shared experiences that our family, friends, and loved ones provide us. Their presence and concern make life more joyful and meaningful.

Let's not forget to express gratitude for the difficulties we face, either. We learn important lessons from them, develop as people as a result, and are better equipped to cherish our victories and successes. Each setback presents a chance for development and resiliency.

So, as you go about your day, pause for a moment and think about what you have to be thankful for. These benefits, no matter how great or little, make us aware of the wealth in our lives and make us feel grateful and happy.


View Transcript
[Kelly Boys, Mindfulness Trainer] - I'm grateful for my parents. I am grateful for being alive. I'm grateful for every single thing that's ever happened to me, okay, 'cause it's served who I am, and I am grateful for so much on a consistent basis. I just feel like I have to look outside at the sunshine and the trees and there it is. So, mostly grateful to be alive and grateful to be given the gift of what I have been given in my life. And grateful for family and friends and loved ones, yeah.


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