Studies have shown that practicing gratitude can have powerful positive impacts on your brain and life. A simple way to practice thankfulness is writing down or journaling about things that you are grateful for. When we share these things with others, the benefits spread to those around us, infusing our community with Strength and changing the way we look at the world around us. Gratitude can be a spiritual practice which can make us all more positive, mindful, and content.
• To increase a culture of gratitude among students and adults.
• To build awareness of gratitude as a protective factor.
• To catalyze students and adults to train their brains in being more positive, hopeful, and resilient.