The Hebrew term for gratitude (hakarat hatov) translates as “recognizing the good.” While we encounter good things every day, sometimes we’re focused on the challenges and bad stuff in the mix. Practicing gratitude is an opportunity to shift that focus and gain greater awareness of all the good in our lives. Whether it’s celebrating Thanksgiving with family and friends or going on an afternoon walk, see if you can spend a few minutes each day to slow down, notice and appreciate. We’ve rounded up a number of resources for you to explore!

Practicing Gratitude

Thanksgiving & Giving Thanks

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