Gratefulness.org is putting on an eCard thanksgiving writing challenge. I encourage you all to join as this is a terrific way to cultivate gratitude.
“Why not get into a grateful habit of sending eCards?
Sending eCards is a fun, meaningful, easy and beautiful way to show our care and gratitude. And we know it can make a difference in our lives as well as for the person who receives our communication.
Join us, and others around the world, for a 5-day thanks-giving practice. You will receive an invitation by email to send a Gratefulness eCard each day to a different person in your life. We will also ask you to reflect on some questions, allowing you to connect with this as a grateful living practice for yourself. We hope you are nourished by the practice – from considering the person whom you’ll be contacting, to browsing through our gorgeous and growing collection of eCards, to directly expressing your care. Each step of the process contains its own gifts.”
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