Appreciate What You Have Quotes by Charles Spurgeon, Ralph Marston, Thomas Paine, Wayne Dyer, William D. Hoard, Desmond Tutu and many others.
I have heard of some good old woman in a cottage, who had nothing but a piece of bread and a little water, and lifting up her hands, she said, as a blessing, What! all this, and Christ too?
What if you gave someone a gift, and they neglected to thank you for it – would you be likely to give them another? Life is the same way. In order to attract more of the blessings that life has to offer, you must truly appreciate what you already have.
That which we obtain too easily, we esteem too lightly.
Learn to appreciate what you have and where and who you are.
Happiness doesn’t depend on what we have, but it does depend on how we feel toward what we have. We can be happy with little and miserable with much.
If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor.
Appreciate what you have while you have it.
The best way to enjoy your job is to imagine yourself without one.
When the well is dry, people know the worth of water. [so appreciate what you have while you have it]
I have noticed that the Universe loves gratitude. The more grateful you are, the more goodies you get. When I say ‘goodies’, I don’t mean only material things. I mean all the people, places and experiences that make life so wonderfully worth living.
The greatest source of happiness is the ability to be grateful at all times.
Enjoy the moment and appreciate what you have.
Appreciate what you have while you have it and the beauty in what’s there right now and try to preserve it for tomorrow.
Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough.
Trust God for your current life circumstances and believe that He has called you this day to be courageous.
I would rather be able to appreciate things I can not have than to have things I am not able to appreciate.
Deficiency motivation doesn’t work. It will lead to a life-long pursuit of try to fix me. Learn to appreciate what you have and where and who you are.