Who does not thank for little will not thank for much. Estonian proverb According to a review (https://greatergood NULL.berkeley NULL.edu/pdfs/GratitudePDFs/2Wood-GratitudeWell-BeingReview NULL.pdf) of the role of gratitude in cultivating well-being published in Clinical Psychology Review, practicing gratitude can lower blood pressure, improve immune function, promote happiness and well-being, and spur acts of helpfulness, generosity, and cooperation. Think of a way you can add small infusions of gratitude to your days this week. Try it out and notice what happens.Read more . . .