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Did you know that gratitude can improve not only your happiness, but also your resilience, relationships, and health? We were made for gratitude, and we thrive when we practice it.
Our country, our community, our families, and especially our children have a loneliness problem. There is only one way to escape the loneliness trap, and that is forgiveness. When forgiveness stops, community stops, but when forgiveness thrives, community thrives.
If we want to find joy, thinking too much about our own happiness can actually be counterproductive. Instead, we need to think of ourselves less—to practice humility.
Christ is risen! He is risen indeed! Today we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus, and we remember that Easter means the worst thing is never the last thing.
It’s hard to forgive someone who has hurt us, but holding onto past hurts can actually hurt us more: unforgiveness is linked to heart disease, high blood pressure, stress, and poor mental health. Learning to forgive can set both parties free, and Jesus shows us how.
Sometimes we think life would be better if we got everything we wanted, but often, our desires are not all they’re cracked up to be. As we learn to pray, “Thy will be done,” we find that God’s will and desires for the world are better than we could have imagined.