Resources on Gratitude
According to the Greater Good Science Center, “studies have consistently found that people who practice gratitude report fewer symptoms of illness, including depression, more optimism and happiness, stronger relationships, more generous behavior, and many other benefits.” In the spirit of honoring our interconnectedness, enhancing our well-being, and encouraging human flourishing, we share this list of resources on gratitude for you to explore, use, and share.
Brother David Steindl-Rast on Gratefulness
Brother David Steindl-Rast, co-founder of the Network for Grateful Living, offers a powerful nugget of wisdom for living a grateful and spiritual life.
Practice: Gratitude Bowl
Bring greater awareness of gratitude into your everyday life with this practice that offers a host of benefits, but above all else, a sense of interconnectedness and joy.
Practice: Planning Gratitude
Create your own gratitude calendar with this practice, developed by Spirituality & Practice directors Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat.
Spirituality & Practice
Spirituality & Practice is a multifaith and interspiritual website devoted to resources for spiritual journeys. Find a collection of books, films, practices, and quotes on gratitude at the link.
A Network for Grateful Living
Gratefulness.org is an online sanctuary where you can experience, deepen, and share the power of living gratefully.
Greater Good in Action: Gratitude Practices
Greater Good in Action, a collaboration of the Greater Good Science Center and HopeLab, puts the best research-based methods for a happier, more meaningful life at your fingertips in a format that's easy to navigate and digest. A collection of their gratitude practices is available at the link.