The Importance of Gratitude in Life in Pakistan
To me, gratitude simply means to say thank you. A living creature that does you good is entitled to your gratitude.
It can be a pet that provides you with unconditional love. You just have to never forget to feed it.
Or it can be another human, like your parents, siblings, friends, colleagues, or society. Gratitude is telling
this world that “look you have taken care of me, and now, I am grateful for your kindness. And I want to return
There are levels of gratitude that people may feel in their lives:
For example, did we know that Covid-19 will upset and turn our worlds upside down? If I had known, I would have
cherished every second of my life. Especially before Covid-19.
We can still show gratitude by accepting our shortcomings like showing a lack of a thankful mindset. Anyways, I am
not looking to make you feel bad about clicking on this link.
Let us be more positive about what we have. We still have a life. We are breathing and trying to ensure that we
remain Covid-19 free.
Even though we have the vaccine and this post must not mean anything. But, this post is also about learning from
the past and doing things differently. Especially in the immediate future.
Pinch yourself and cry out loud and thank the person sitting next to you for staying with you during times like these.
I am humbled by the Pandemic and I thank You for any kindness that you do, that towards animals and other human beings.