10 Ways to Share Your Love, Gratitude and Compassion

In honor of Thanksgiving, here are ten ways to spread abundance that will brighten your day – and someone else’s!

1. Write a Thank You (for Being You) Note!

It may be old fashioned in these days of e-mails, texts and Facebook wall posts, but sometimes the best things stem from tradition. Take this opportunity to let someone know that you appreciate them – not for something they’ve given you or done, but for who they are and what they bring to your life.

2. Shake Things Up at Turkey Time

Even if you hate it, and it doesn’t go with the rest of the meal at all, make your loved one’s favorite dish part of your Thanksgiving weekend. Barbecue? Chinese dumplings? Whatever. The fact that it’s not standard holiday fare makes it even more meaningful as an expression of love. The gesture won’t go unnoticed.

3. Donate Something

Whether it’s your time, a few bucks or your favorite holiday snack, give something to your local homeless shelter. You’ll be surprised how good it feels.

4. Offer to Babysit

Have friends or family members who don’t get out much. Offer to babysit so that they can have a second to themselves. It’s a great big thank you for which they’ll be extremely grateful!

5. Mentor Someone

It doesn’t have to be more than a coffee, but if you’re in a position that someone else might like to learn about, give them a little insight into your experiences. This doesn’t have to be professional, it can be life based (like Big Brothers and Big Sisters). Offering guidance to someone who needs it, is a great way to pass on some positive energy.

6. Smile at Strangers

So what if a few people think you’re strange? Most people love being smiled at – it’s a reflection of happiness and who couldn’t use a little more of that?

7. Dedicate a Yoga or Meditation Session

Some people offer up prayers, and it’s great if you do that, too. But the next time you’re meditating or in a yoga class, focus on sending someone you care about (whether you know them or not) a little white light. Afterward, don’t be surprised if they get in touch because they’ve been thinking of you.

8. Release All Ill Will

There’s no point holding grudges, and what better holiday is there for releasing yours in celebration of all that is great in your life? Let go of any bad feelings you have toward anyone. Whether that means you forgive them and forget them or you forgive them and reach out is up to you.

9. Make Amends

Now is a great time to let bygones be just that. If you feel you owe someone an apology, give it now. Even if it’s just in e-mail, the signals it sends (to the person and to the forces at work) open you up for progress.

10. Set Aside a Little Time For Yourself

It may sound crazy as a way to spread good will and gratitude, but above all other things, if you appreciate yourself and the importance of maintaining a sense of balance (after all, it means you’re keeping the universe in check), you’ll give offer others inspiration and may even help them permit themselves to do the same. And what can be better for the world than that?

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6 thoughts on “10 Ways to Share Your Love, Gratitude and Compassion

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  2. Adepitan Mayowa

    dts a good idea. i luv ds article. am going to pratice it with my family and my luv. by having nice time together, share feelings luv, gift etc. oh! GOD guide and protect us for this forth coming xmas holiday.

  3. Zofeya ext. 5351Zofeya ext. 5351

    I LOVE this article and totally agree with it. During the Holidays my children & I have a family tradition of getting together clothes that no longer fit and some toys and going to our local thrift store and donating them.

    The kids get so excited at the thought that they have helped another child. There is hardly a better feeling than helping someone else!

    🙂 Blessings,
    Zofeya ext. 5351

  4. lucy

    Precise Perfection. Thank you for this article and have a Happy Holidays. With this outlook you can’t miss! Many Blessings,
    Lucy 5353

  5. velvetoversteel

    What fantastic ideas, Stephanie!!! Some I had never thought of before!

    From personal experience with my youngest son, mentor is a Hugh Big Deal! He is not invited to his ‘dad’s’ family events and his older brothers are grown and one their own now. So Holidays are Esp. hard for him and a 20 year doesn’t really want to hang out with their ‘mother’ in public all that much, you know?! lol Can’t blame him there. This year his brothers are coming home for Christmas, but can’t for Thanksgiving and I am so very thankful that he now has a Great adult Male mentor that he can hang out with and talk too. It’s going to be a good thanksgiving afterall for him! I am so thankful & happy for that!!!

    I am so going to use some of these all the time now! Thank you for sharing & Have a very Happy Thankgiving!!

    Blessings & Hugs,
    Coreen & VOS


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