Gratitude 100

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“I would maintain that thanks are the highest form of thought; and that gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder.” G.K. Chesterton

The Gratitude 100 Journal provides a method for you to establish a daily gratitude practice.

The Journal includes 100 gratitude question prompts with space for you to write your gratitude answers.

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With your  purchase, you’re welcome to share information about yourself and your work in the gratitude community. Or just express your thoughts on gratitude as a comment below.

Some of the Members of the Gratitude 100 Community

1.  Carol Hand, retired social work educator. Her blog, Voices from the Margins, addresses issues of justice, social change, and Native Americans.

2. Jackie Hewitt, Hospice Grief Facilitator, and Mentor at Mary Isaak Homeless Shelterand Casa Grande High School.

3. Tiana Dodson, the Fat Health Coach.  Blogger and coach to amazing, chubby women to help them create happy, healthy lives. For a free gift on how to begin building  your own fabulous fat life visit Tiana Here .

4. Pat Osborne lives in Vermont. Her blog, Life is ON: Mapping aging & living, one word at a time, includes reflections on nursing, culture, poetry, and honoring old.

5. Maria Gullberg-McCadden is an artist, art teacher, liturgist, and an Adrian Dominican Associate.  A proud mother of two grown children, Maria now spends time advocating for peace and justice and writes about it on her blog “Grant Us Peace.

12 Comments on “Gratitude 100

  1. I love this! I especially like the emotional question. It made me realize that empathy for people and animals is what steers me to always be doing something to help others. That is what is truly FUN for me, and after all, my purpose in this existence is to explore, create, and have FUN. Fun is different for everybody, and this is my fun!

    Love you,

    Lisa

  2. Hi Skywalker – First, let me congratulate you on this new look blog. It looks quite professional. Secondly, kudos to you on your gratitude book. I’d like to find out more and decide whether I will become one of the “official” practitioners. I’m very happy for you and encouraged and inspired by what you’re doing!

  3. Shery, thanks for your kind words about my blog. I am really happy with it, it serves me well as a blog and web-site to collect all of my work and efforts. While you were gone I wrote several blogs about gratitude. If you go back and read them in order (from the first of the year) you’ll get a clear idea of how Gratitude 100 developed. Simply, the purpose is to develop a solid gratitude practice, which I’m sure you have. I did too, but my practice has grown and my life continues to improve as I’ve developed Gratitude 100. I think it is of value but I realized I needed other people to try it and be able to say they found it valuable, before I can expand it as a product. After you read the blogs, just click on the above link and download the Journal. The Journal clearly explains the process and gives more information. I spend usually less than 2 minutes a day writing my gratitude answer. So, would really love to have you participate and to receive your feedback. Thanks for your interest.

  4. Dear Skywalker,

    Thank you for your lovely email. I have to confess that I am one of the people who had so many challenging situations to face that I just couldn’t keep up with the journal, even though I began with the best of intentions. Nonetheless, I can say that being part of the process was helpful. I will write more later this week to describe how helpful it was to think about gratitude as I faced one of my greatest fears – losing my sight and undergoing surgery.

    I can’t say for sure what the causal directions were, but gratitude 100 coincided with profound transformative reflections that are still in process. They’re not things I can write about yet with any clarity – in fact it’s hard for me to write anything at the moment. But I will address the questions you posed during the coming week.

    I am grateful to you for your kindness and for undertaking this crucial initiative. It’s so important in these times.

    I send my love and best wishes, Carol

    • Thank you for participating and responding and sharing some of your experience. I look forward to reading more when you have time and are able to share more. Your consistent communication and support lets me know I’m not wasting my time.

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  6. I want to thank Maria Gullberg-McCadden for the following comment she made in the above Pingback blog.
    I want to give a nod to Skywalker Storyteller. Over three months ago she began a series called “100 Days of Gratitude.” I decided to participate, downloaded the journal and began receiving daily gratitude questions. I never commented on any of the questions, but always read them and thought about them. As I was discerning my new path in life, Skywalker, your questions became a kind of life-line to what really matters in life. Here’s my comment on this experience: I am grateful to you for your commitment to fulfillment, happiness, and balance in life! In the final days of “100 Days of Gratitude” I realized how grateful I am for the many gifts I have, and how grateful I am for my trust in God to take this leap of faith. Questions #94 (thinking creatively/outside the box) and #96 (helping others/acts of service/helping others be happy) were especially timely as I made the decision to sell my belongings and go to serve the children at St. Francis School. Thank you!

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