“Say thank you all the time, everywhere, over and over again, out loud, silently, joyfully, thoughtfully, looking skyward, looking someone in the eye, looking out over a landscape or parking lot or around your kitchen. Say thank you to yourself. Say thank you to your God, to the unknown mystery, to your angels, guides, or whatever you believe in.
Find something to be grateful for and then find something else. This is a simple rule with powerful effects. Gratitude is not complicated or hard or mysterious. Just express it and see what happens.”
Gail Woodard, Pay Attention, Say Thank You