I believe that the best human quality that one should possess is gratitude. It is one of the beautiful ways of being morally strong. Once you are morally strong you will come across good and genuine people in your life.

Gratitude will make you value things and relationships by realizing how others can help you and how must you help others. It definitely helps in modifying a better human in you.

One can only express gratitude when your perspective in life changes otherwise it will remain a mere word. Gratitude makes you wholesome, broadens your perspective and takes you forward on your journey of the soul

The quality or feeling of being grateful or thankful to someone comes out in a mature sense of feeling in oneself. Gratitude helps in being mature and leads to a positive move in our self. It inspires us and makes us act in similar way with others. It is like a chain reaction that ultimately changes our perspective and attitude in life. Reformation begins with first act of feeling gratitude towards someone who is superior to us.

I think that happy people primarily focus on others and unhappy people focus on themselves and wallow in self-pity and doubt. Grateful people are far more optimistic and see whatever circumstances they are in as an opportunity for good. Of all the attitudes we can acquire, surely the attitude of gratitude is the most important and by far the most life-changing. Therefore, it will not only make you healthy and happy it will also change your perspective in life

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  1. betterlife says:

    In Hindu mythology it is said that – कृतघ्न व्यक्ति का मांस कुत्ते भी नहीं खाते – meaning that even dogs do not eat the flash of an ungrateful person.

    “प्रेम करो सबसे, नफरत न करो किसी से”
    “Love all, Hate none”

  2. Service_to_all says:


    I read this line as a moral of a story, probably in my 5th std in school, and it has been etched in my memory, which I would wish to share.

    Ingratitude is the greatest of Sins and no death is great for an ungrateful wretch

    As I have been saying in several of my blogs and comments, I am extremely grateful to eblogs and Mr. Betterlife for introducing me to eblogs, but for them I would not have realised the immense pleasure and happiness that I have started to derive by writing articles, which otherwise I would never have realised.

    This is not out of any expectation or favor, but comes with a lot of sincerity from the bottom of my heart.


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