By Mark Ford Many of us have a lot to be thankful for – food, shelter, health and wealth – but sometimes it’s not easy to count our blessings.
Today, Mark Ford shares how we can foster gratitude for the little – and big – things that make life wonderful.
I have a friend who is battling prostate cancer. Despite consistently bad medical reports, he spends no time cursing his fate, complaining about his circumstances or expressing gloominess of any kind.
He is upbeat, energetic, full of good ideas and humbly solicitous of my health and happiness.
I asked him recently how he manages to keep such …read more