An article from Forbes stated, “A 2006 study published in Behavior Research and Therapy found that Vietnam War (‘Cuộc chiến tranh Mỹ’ – The American War) Veterans with higher levels of gratitude experienced lower rates of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder”.
My loved ones continue to gently remind the power of gratitude. These people have been empowering people at all levels for many years. No matter what adversity they go through their attitude of gratitude is heartfelt which is evident by their smile. Their actions of compassion are immeasurable.
Remember that you, all human beings and I have weaknesses and faults. Gratitude allows us to see beyond such weaknesses and faults.
In the Holy Quran there is a verse in Surah Al-Luqman that says: “Any who is (so) grateful does so to the profit of his own soul”.
The truth is that genuine gratitude is often ignored by most of us on a moment-to-moment and day-to-day basis. Research from across the globe reveals gratitude has several benefits for you and the people around you.
“The creatures that inhabit this earth – be they human beings or animals – are here to contribute to the beauty and prosperity of the world. The food we eat, the clothes we wear, have not just dropped from the sky. This is why we should be grateful to all our fellow creatures.” – Dalai Lama
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