middot gratitude accounting questions to ask yourself

questions to ask yourself

Written by  riverton mussar

art-questionsUse these questions to evaluate your day:

  1. What were the seeds that started to erode your gratitude today?
  2. Did you take time to express gratitude to those around you for who they are and what they do?
  3. Did you take time to notice the bounty in your life and express your gratitude through words or actions?
  4. Were you able to take an unpleasant situation and see the lesson in it?
  5. Did someone do something for you and it was difficult to be grateful? Why?
  6. After you ate your meals today did you take time to thank Hashem for the food?
  7. Did you thank anyone above and beyond what was necessary?
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