Matthew Richardson

It turns out that the one tried and true way of becoming happier, and building stronger relationships and communities, is to train ourselves into habits of gratitude. Gratitude, much like a muscle, can be conditioned, trained, and exercised, and the results are astounding. Recent research has been confirming that gratitude is the surest path to happiness; experience confirms these findings, and virtually every faith set in world history is rooted in gratitude. If we learn to appreciate and recognize the people we have in our lives that build us up and make our days even just a little bit better, we will be happier.

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