“I want to see beauty. In the ugly, in the sink, in the suffering, in the 
daily, in all the days before I die, the moments before I sleep.”
- Ann Voskamp

Why it matters

The science of gratitude exists. It crosses most disciplines including sociology, psychology, physiology, biology, and more. When we live a life of gratitude we are not only externally changed, but internally changed as well. Our brains secrete more dopamine and serotonin. Both hormones promote a sense of happiness and contentment. Physiologically, we develop less inflammation and our immune systems become stronger. Considering the many benefits, it would seem that gratitude would come naturally. However, like exercise, it requires a little work.

A life of gratitude is only possible through the practice of gratitude. Here, you will find proven practices that allow you to experience all the benefits of gratitude. 
These benefits include [3]:
1. Feeling a sense of abundance in your life
2. Appreciation for the contribution of others to your well-being.
3. Recognize and enjoy life’s small pleasures
4. Learning to acknowledge the importance of experiencing and expressing gratitude

What you will discover is that a gratitude lifestyle is a pivotal part of A Good Death Lifestyle.



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