Rumi’s gratitude list

Yesterday I wrote about preserving your sanity when things fall apart, and being grateful is a big part of that. I pray very often in the day for small worries and big and Rumi and i say our prayers together at night. Last night, i recorded her prayer because i found it so endearing that she is grateful for her cot, the sofa and so on! She also asked me what Pangrun means in English because she assumed God does not understand Marathi! (Because i always say my prayers in English!)

Giving thanks and being grateful is certainly on the top of my list of things that have drastically changed the quality of my life.

Here is her gratitude list (with a Sanskrit shloka and a Muslim nighttime prayer):

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  1. Schreya says:

    Awe! That is so sweet. We can always learn a lot of things from kids 🙂

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