2. Practice Gratitude. - Deepstash
2. Practice Gratitude.

2. Practice Gratitude.

Feel lucky to be alive in this moment. You have been given a gift of the present moment, don’t be cynical or jaded and waste this precious life. Everything might not be ideal but it’s the time that we are alive, and we have any control only in this moment so accept it and be grateful for it.


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