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A Great Way to Start

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In “Day In and Day Out” (October 2017), the author suggests listing five things for which to be thankful. When I started this exercise, “OA” was the only thing I could list. Now my list is up to forty and keeps getting longer when I think of something I missed. Making a gratitude list each morning is a great way to start a great day. Think of all the small things we take for granted. God sends many miracles every day. No matter how bad it seems, it could be worse, so be thankful for that. — Muriel, Fayetteville, Tennessee USA

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