Robert Kiyosaki in his book Rich Dad Poor Dad speaks about the gratitude of the rich, and how it spiritualizes their thinking it producing lucrative results even against all odds.
Wallace Wattles dedicated a whole chapter in his book The Science of Getting Rich 1912 about the amazing power of gratitude.
Deborah Norville did him one better by compiling an entire book, Thank You PowerHappiness Books), of scientific evidence of how the power Gratitude puts you neck and shoulders above those who do not practice thanksgiving daily, and she even goes as far as providing you will real life stories of how gratitude saves lives, relationships, health and success in all things human.
Joe Vitale co-authored Zero LimitsSuccess Books) to bring to the world a “releasing technique” that also includes gratitude as a core pillar his 4 part mantra.
When you compare what you don’t have with someone who does, you are using the power of gratitude against hence the negative feeling that comes up.
But when you compare what you do have with someone who doesn’t, now there is an emotion that can change the world.
I’m not talking about shame, but rather empathy.
Once you turn your thinking to that of a giver and not one of a receiver, you will be in a heightened position of contribution.
And once you contribute, with no desire of compensation of any kind, you will receive various forms of abundance into your life as well.
For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.
The law of giving and receiving.
The law of giving.
The law of sowing and reaping.
Its a law of the Universe.
But it begins with your ability to feel gratitude.
There are other benefits of gratitude that I haven’t mentioned, which, some are discussed in the books I recommended for you above.
Yours in deep gratitude,