My Zen Path

Dear reader,

This newsletter brings a new post Gratitude featuring two moving TED talk videos. The first one discusses "Gracenotes" for appreciating people while they are still alive, and the second one is by a psychologist researching well- being while she is fighting her own cancer.

This is one thought that kept lingering while watching their talks.

|| Will we have lesser regrets if we practice gratitude more often?

Is gratitude a part of your everyday life, subscriber? What do you think about it? Do share.

Thanks!
~ Manish @ MyZenPath.com
March 2nd, 2024

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Gratitude

Gratitude

When it comes to our privileges or relationships - we easily take for granted what we already have. Saying 'thank you' in such cases seems unnecessary. Psychology considers "gratitude" as a powerful emotion that can have a positive impact on our mental and physical health. The research shows that people who practice gratitude regularly tend to be happier and more …

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