with Donna Gray
Gratitude engages one’s heart. It’s the most powerful when it becomes an approach to daily routine. It becomes especially important in the United States in November as Thanksgiving Day approaches and folks begin thinking of all the things for which they are grateful.
I’ll wager that most of our mothers and fathers taught us not to put off until tomorrow what could be done quickly and easily today? There’s a difference between procrastination and planning to do something later on. When we’re avoiding something that must be done now, that’s procrastination.