Importance of acknowledging “Thank You!”


Importance of acknowledging “Thank You!”

Do you remember the time when you extended your gratitude to someone, and they did not acknowledge it?

Do you sometimes feel uncomfortable when someone says, “Thank you!”?

In life, we come across many situations where saying or acknowledging someone’s note of “Thanks!” is important.

However, due to our past experiences, ego or kind-heartedness, we fail to acknowledge other people’s appreciations.

According to spiritual guru Rajeshwari Modi, when someone says “Thank You!” with the right intentions, we get the blessings of God and the Universe.

When we get in trouble or things do not go according to plan, we pray to God to help put things back on track.

If someone helps us in these situations, they are actually doing God’s work for us in disguise.

Acknowledging “Thank you!” gives us hope that we are not alone and that our prayers will be answered.

Acknowledging “Thank you!” gives us the confidence that we can do more than we think.

Acknowledging “Thank you!” allows us to do good for others and increases the goodness in us.

Acknowledging “Thank you!” provides us an opportunity to think beyond ourselves and focus on win-win for everyone around us.

On the other hand, if we don’t acknowledge “Thank you!”, it can create negative emotions and feelings in others.

When we don’t accept the appreciation and acknowledgments of others, others may think that we are arrogant, disrespectful and rude.

Life can change within the blink of an eye.

What if, only for today, we acknowledge and accept the “Thank You!” from everyone.

What if, only for today, we give “thanks” to everyone who has helped us?

What if this is the only thing stopping us from a life of complete happiness and prosperity?

Where do you begin:

  • Practice gratitude and be thankful for everyone in your life.
  • Practice meditation and mindfulness daily to remain relaxed and calm.
  • Practice thinking your thoughts and focusing on who helps you be successful every day.
  • Practice saying “Thank You” to everyone who has been there for you in your good and bad times.


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