Dare boldly

A blog by Louise Gallagher

Say, “Thanks for all you do.” | 52 Acts of Grace | Week 42



Giving thanks is a great way to fill your happiness bucket — because, remember, Gratitude is the root of joy.

Take the time to let those who run into danger when you are running out, who pick up things you don’t want to touch, who deliver the things you are desperately waiting for or do the work you’d rather not think about, know that you are grateful for their service.

Stop and say Thank you so that they know their efforts to create a better place for all of us to live in are appreciated.

Gratitude goes a long way to lightening the load for everyone!

Gratitude connects us heart-to-heart in every kind of weather.

And being connected heart-to-heart is the best way to be in this world.

Author: Louise Gallagher

I believe in wonder. I believe we are all magnificent beings of divine beauty. I believe we can make a difference in this world, through every act, word, thought. I believe we create ripples with everything we do and say and want to inspire everyone to use their ripple to create a better world for everyone. I'm grateful you're here.

7 thoughts on “Say, “Thanks for all you do.” | 52 Acts of Grace | Week 42

  1. I often say thank you to those in my life that make my life wonderful, I am grateful that I am part of a wonderful family

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  2. Thanks! Thanks for being you!

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    • CZ!!!! How perfectly wonderful to ‘see’ you!!! I was thinking about you — I don’t use my old email, btw, which is a bit of a pain when wanting to contact lovely people like you. Hope you are well my friend. Hugs


      • Whew…that explains it! I’ve sent a few emails which were never answered and finally decided to comment on your blog. I’m relieved to know you weren’t ignoring me on purpose.

        I should check in with your writings more often though. Your insistence on “daring boldly” is brilliant.

        If you have my email, please write me. I’d like to catch up on our lives!



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