We can all be rich in thankfulness.  Even better, we can build reserves and share with our riches with others.

“None is more impoverished than the one who has no gratitude.  Gratitude is a currency that we can mint for ourselves and spend without fear of bankruptcy.”

Fred De Witt Van Amburgh

Published by Rebecca Budd

Blogger, Visual Storyteller, Podcaster, Traveler and Life-long Learner

8 thoughts on “Plenty

  1. I have been told that the happiest people are those who are thankful. I would assume that we learn to be thankful by being thankful. “Count your many blessings,” If we do count them we can only respond by being thankful.


    1. So true…if you start counting blessings, you are too busy to do much else. One thankful thought leads to another and another and another….


    1. I have been to Germany about 4 times, but have never had the opportunity to visit the Havelland. I have just added it to my immediate travel bucket list. My son is taking German language studies at Simon Fraser University (Canada) and he promised that his parents could tag along when he visits Germany. So glad that we connected. I checked out the pumpkin cult.WOW! And here I thought it was all about pumpkin pie….


      1. 2015, we have the BUGA here. A major event: horticulture, landscaping, Havelland … Between Brandenburg / Havel and Havelberg … 😉


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