There's something profound about giving thanks. It's like an outpouring, a celebration of goodness, a restoration of peace. It's the most beautiful way of expressing the acknowledgment and appreciation for someone or something. Some people give thanks daily, some only on special occasions, sadly others don't even know what to be thankful for.
There are moments where it feels like you're running and running but life still seems to outrun you. You run and think you're finally making progress, maybe even running in step with life and then you tell yourself: "Puh, let me just take a minute to breathe. Enjoy a moment of rest," and boom you seem miles behind once again.
I was once asked in a job interview: "What motivates you or what do you do to stay positive? Do you just get up in the morning and the sun is shining and yeah you are happy?" And my response was: "Something like that. It's not the weather that makes me feel good but knowing that every experience has some good in it. In fact, I have never had a negative experience without something positive attached to it." And that is really my truth.