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Attitude of Gratitude

Cultivating an Attitude of Gratitude

Elizabeth explores the value and power of cultivating an attitude of gratitude as a cornerstone of recovery from addiction.

  • One of the first and most important things I learned early on
  • It’s a baby step in the right direct – it’s a decision, it supports a turning point.
  • It becomes a daily practice

Addiction, among other things is a form of “Soul Sickness” and spiritual practice opens us up to a spiritual experience that can help us heal.

Gratitude is the most sincere form of prayer and teaches us to:

Look for the Gift – Look for the Good – Look for the “God” in everything

and it teaches us to ask better questions

What’s good about this?

What could be good about this?

Where is the gift in this?

 

 

About the author, Elizabeth

Elizabeth Edwards is a singer songwriter, recording artist, voting member of the Grammy's and a person in long-term recovery from addiction.
She is a speaker and advocate for recovery causes and currently serves on the National Advisory Council for Faces & Voices of Recovery.

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