I would just watch out for too much pride or inflated ego. As long as you don’t think you are better than others I think being grateful for what you are and have is a good thing.
Being able bodied in wartime conscription is not so great. Being white and American (I'm just assuming as alot of this app are from USA) in Venezuela or many other countries is not considered a good things. It's all situational perspectives and how you deal with them.
As a mixed race Brit, I think it's whatever your define it to be. Your "bad" qualities are just as good as your "good" it all depends on everything else.
In the end it’s only something you can truly answer for yourself and it’s always good to question motive behind your own feelings.
I am not white and don't have a six pack either.
- Are you grateful for your breath or the opportunity to breathe? How does this question help support your gratitude habit?
- How long do you practice being greatful? How did it affect you?
- how to stay grateful. I’m always grateful for the same things.
- feeling grateful. how do you do this. I want to feel it more
- How do you catch yourself in moments where you’re being inwardly unkind to find the gratitude?
- In what way being grateful helped you?
- What is your be grateful habit?
- I find it difficult to feel gratitude. how do you do that. I have a gratitude journal. Write down 10 things a day. but really feel it. I find difficult.
- Do you write on gratitude nightly or just think about what your grateful for?
- How to find strength to be grateful when handling challenging situations?