What is Gratitude?. Gratitude is a feeling of thankfulness and joy we feel in response to something we have received, whether the gift is tangible, such as a book, or intangible, such as a smile of encouragement from a loved one or a breathtaking view of a landscape.
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What is Gratitude Gratitude is a feeling of thankfulness and joy we feel in response to something we have received whether the gift is tangible such as a book or intangible such as a smile of encouragement from a loved one or a breathtaking view of a landscape ID: 510502 Download Presentation
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