My Thanks

Grinnan, Edward
November 2010
Guideposts;Nov2010, Vol. 65 Issue 9, p2
The article focuses on the views of the editor regarding the virtue of gratitude towards people. It discusses the editor's experience of writing the book on personal change and considering names of the people to put in the acknowledgment. It defines gratitude to be a facilitator towards happiness and being closer to God.


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