- Personal Health Information & Self-Help
Myriad of Things for Me to Be Grateful for
There are many things to be grateful for. First and foremost, I am alive.
Next on my list are:
No neurological problems.
No digestive problems.
No major skin problems, but my skin is allergic to something that is comprised as part of tape.
No hormonal problems.
No skeletal problems.
No lymphatic problems.
No problems with my reproductive organs, I think.
I don’t have any autoimmune diseases.
I have two eyes, two ears, nose, tongue, taste buds, mouth, and throat.
I have two arms and hands and ten fingers.
I have two legs and feet and ten toes.
I have all of my teeth except for my wisdom teeth, which is not really needed.
I’m not colorblind.
I don’t have to shovel snow.
The public transportation I use could be better, but at least it is better than some other cities in other countries.
No one physically abused me when I was a child.
I’ve met some positive people who has given me compliments.
My place of residence is cooler than outside at times during the summer.
I have a computer and Internet connection to type this. I have other material items that I need to live a comfortable life.
I don’t have a learning disability. I have a Bachelor’s Degree.
I don’t have a major mental disorder. I sought help for chronic depression in 2005.
I know how to be humble. Hopefully others agree when they meet me.
There is the National Football League for me to follow.
It is very important to also learn the value of gratitude.
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If you noticed that the image states "Be Grapeful," then I think you should be grateful for having a good vision and able to read . . . English.