Gratitude at the end of the year

In a world where life is uncertain, it is easy to forget that there are so many reasons to be grateful as the year comes to an end. It is our chance to contemplate and realize how beautiful life still is with the current changes in the world. And to set new milestones and growth and appreciating all the little things that came along in our lives. It is the perfect time to cultivate gratitude at the end of the year, to have hope, and to look ahead. 

“In ordinary life, we hardly realize that we receive a great deal more than we give and that it is only with gratitude that life becomes rich.” – Deitrich Bonhoeffer

With a brand new year coming, it is time to stop dwelling on the past mistakes, failures, imperfections, and insecurities because the past is a miserable place to live in, and getting stuck is not living your best life. So, take a step back and see the beauty of who you are, what you have, and what you passionately do, and appreciate the way forward to magical moments. Have faith. 

There are so many reasons why you need to express gratitude at the end of the year. It is a moment of thought, an opportunity to be thankful for this life. 

For being alive

Waking up each day is a blessing. Being alive is the most precious thing; be grateful every waking moment. How wonderful it is to be able to see another beautiful day. 

gratitude at the end of the year for being alive

For family

To have your closest kin in the world and your biggest supporters. They always have your back regardless of any decisions, and they care about you the most. 

gratitude at the end of the year for family

For friends

Our companions in life. Friends encourage us, laugh and cry with us, believe in us, and inspires us.

grateful for friends

For life

For the chance to live and experience everything; then, now, and the time to come. Life is a gift, so do not squander it!

grateful for life

For your parents

Without them, there will be no you. Your loving parents care for you, support you, and love you unconditionally your entire life, and if the going gets tough, they will be there for you without a shadow of a doubt.

grateful for your parents

For your home

It is a place where you make memories that you can call your own. To have your security, a safe place, brings you comfort, and most importantly, it brings the family together. 

grateful for your home

For mistakes

Mistakes help you to be better and improve yourself. With so many wrongs we made in our lives, it helps us steer to make the right. We learn from them and grow and make better choices.

gratitude for your mistakes at the end of the year

For happiness

Happiness brings joy to life, and it helps you soak in the infinite beauty of life.

grateful for happiness

For laughter

Laughter makes us happy, from a giggle to laughing until your tummy hurts. It makes the world a better place because, without it, the world will be a sad place.

grateful for laughter

For your good health

To wholly appreciate that we can still do what we want to do and explore and expand our capabilities is a blessing. Because in the end, we are all mortals. 

grateful for good health

For your heart

For all the love you can give and for pumping blood to your body and keeping you alive.

grateful for your heart

For your pain

Pain teaches us things we never thought it could. Each of us suffers from pain and hurt, and it helps us transform ourselves, and we become a stronger person. It allows you to break open from all your fears.

gratitude for your pain at the end of the year

For your soulmate

To have your forever person beside you who understands everything you are going through in life and love. Someone who listens to your ramblings day in and day out and to celebrate you and your dreams.

grateful for your soulmate

For YOU

Find the light within yourself, for doing the best you can for yourself, others, and for this planet. And for simply being who you are and touching and making a difference in the world.

grateful for yourself

It is so important to take the time to think and deem about all the little things we come across in life. And to faithfully set sail on the journey to authenticity is to embrace who you are, all the sides of you. 

Remind yourself every day of your innate wisdom, your natural strength, and your infinite beauty, and let your gratitude radiate entirely out of you. And most importantly, allow gratitude to pull you from the whirlwind of negativities and let it transform you with a new sense of purpose, meaning, and joy.

Do you practice gratitude at the end of the year to have a fresh and renewed start?

THANK YOU for being a part of my 2020 journey! I am so GRATEFUL for you!

P.S. Step out into the new year wiser, freer, and happier! 

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Mae Loureto
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24 thoughts on “Gratitude at the End of the Year

  1. Wonderful read! It has been a crazy year but we still have so much to be grateful for every day. Thank you for the reminder that even our mistakes are blessings, too. Happy holidays & a peaceful new year 🙂

  2. I love this so much. This has been a year that practically breeds negative thoughts. I think it’s more important than ever before that we all really step back and realize that through it all, we still have so much to be thankful for.

  3. This has definitely been one of the most challenging years for so many. But its been good to sit back and reflect on how we really can be thankful for so many good things in our lives despite situations we have little control over.

  4. Mistakes and Pain are two things I didn’t expect to see on this list. It is so great to look at them from the perspective of gratitude and learn from them.

  5. There is always so much to be thankful for, no matter what is happening around us. I live with gratitude in my heart and love to find the silver linings around me.

  6. It really has been one of the toughest year of my life and it’s nice to put it behind me and look forward to a new year with hope and optimism.

  7. What a lovely post. I also believe in taking time to be thankful for all of our blessings. This year has been a tough one to say the list, but it has also brought many lessons for which I am grateful for.

  8. It can be so tough especially at the end of a tough year to find things to be grateful for, but this is a great list. thanks for sharing!

  9. This article is a great reminder for all of us that there’s a lot of things that we should be thankful for despite of every crazy things that are happening/happened this year.

  10. I love this! My wife and I always practice gratitude this year. It’s such a great feeling when you are happy and grateful for what you have this year. Keep inspiring us 🙂

  11. This is so important! I’m definitely grateful for some parts of this year and that was really inspiring.

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