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  • Gratitude

    Gratitude Gratitude‚ appreciation‚ or thankfulness is a positive emotion or attitude in acknowledgment of a benefit that one has received or will receive. In contrast to the positive feeling of gratitude‚ the feeling of indebtedness is a negative reaction to a favor (Tsang‚ 2006a; Watkins‚ Scheer‚ Ovnicek‚ & Kolts‚ 2006). Even though our reactions to favors might not always be positive‚ researchers have found that people express gratitude often. Psychological research has demonstrated that individuals

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  • Positive Psychology and Gratitude

    QUOTES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! "Where there is smoke there is fire. Where there is gratitude‚ there is freedom‚ presence‚ inner health.Only free people feel gratitude for everything. Gratitude is the index of my inner freedom." "I rememer YOU with deep gratitude. I am even more grateful for what you left in my heart as you took leave of me." "When we meet in the sacred space‚ if I am privileged to light the lamp of gratitude in your heart‚ my own flame will dance for joy seeing you come more alive

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  • Gratitude and Teacher

    is a teacher. Many a times in life‚ you feel like thanking your teacher but you do not find a proper occasion. So this teachers’ day commemorate your teachers’ efforts and thank him for being the guiding light in your life. You can express your gratitude for your teacher with the help of Teacher’s Day messages. They are a kind of "Thank You" messages for teachers. Read the following messages to thank teachers. Teachers’ Day Messages You are the best Teacher in this world. Wherever I may

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  • Gratitude and Thanks

    Vote of Thanks Important speech given at the end of the function and the content is based on what the speakers say and on research [know who organized the function including the sponsors] • 45 seconds to two minutes • Short • Show appreciation to speakers • Show appreciation to organizers • Thank the main speaker first • Thank each speaker if the list is short • Thank the organizers OPENING PARAGRAPH Honourable [name]‚ Respected [name]‚ Mr Chairman‚ our most valued invited guests‚

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  • Words of Gratitude

    the road. To our dearest teachers‚ you have done more than words can express. We understand we were far from perfect students‚ and that more than once‚ we have brought you much pain‚ frustrations‚ and even rage. Today we show you our sincerest gratitude for molding our characters and for showing us that there is still much to learn. Your firm guidance will always be appreciated‚ for we now realize that like greatness‚ nothing grows well under the shade of a large tree. To our beloved parents and

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  • Positive Psychology and Gratitude

    Gratitude Gratitude in simple term can be explained as ‘The quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness’. It should be distinguished from thanks‚ which is too often a matter of words‚ and not accompanied by a feeling of thankfulness or by those actions which indicate a grateful mind. The grateful man feels joy at the kindness of his benefactor and cultivates a respect that is akin to love. Being thankful means to me is to see everything as a gift

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  • Gratitude and Thanks Examples

    "Gratitude is the attitude that takes you to your altitude." I have the pleasant task of delivering Vote of Thanks to this august gathering here. On the behalf of department of economics‚ guest invitees and on my own extend to you‚ honorable‚ ‚ a very hearty vote of thanks for gracing the function and sharing with this august audience I take this opportunity to extend our most sincere thanks to all our guest invitees who have come from different destinations for their support & cooperation

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  • Acknowledgement: Research and Profound Gratitude

    directing their life. Profound gratitude is extended to their adviser‚ Mr. Rendel Edison O. Sinag and Mr. Richard L. Hernandez for technical critic‚ for availing their patience‚ expertise‚ suggestions‚ advice‚ comments‚ and constructive criticisms for the completion of this write-up‚ and also to Mrs. Regene G. Hernandez for her support and guidance‚ and most especially for her much appreciated understanding and patience. The researchers also expresses their gratitude to Mrs. Lea Marissa Domingo‚ for

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  • The Three Gs: Gratitude, Giving and Generosity

    The Three Gs: Gratitude‚ Giving‚ and Generosity ( Jenni Wright 2008 How do you feel when someone gives you a gift? In particular remember a gift that you have really wanted‚ or a gift that has been handmade. Or how do you feel when you receive a gift from a child that they have lovingly prepared for you? If you say that you “feel warm and fuzzy”‚ that you “feel good inside”‚ that’s a part of your brain that feels enjoyment or joy. Scientists have discovered that “feeling good” in

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  • Gratitude

    Introduction Philosopher and theorist Adam Smith (1790/1976) identified gratitude as one of the most basic social emotions that provide individuals with guidance for moral judgments and behaviour. He further considered gratitude to be a primary motivator of caring behaviour toward a giver or helper. In this respect‚ gratitude prompts the beneficiary to seek out ways to acknowledge the benefit conferred on him or her‚ which creates a sense of goodwill and encourages social stability. According

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