Why We Give to ANG*L
Guardians for Gratefulness reflect
I am plugged into a global network of like-minded people who want to transform the world in a gentle way through gratefulness.
~ Lowie Rosales

moonrise - photo by Patricia CarlsonWe asked our Guardians for Gratefulness why they give to A Network for Grateful Living (ANG*L) and received a multi-faceted array of replies.  Gladly sharing their thoughts with you here – and adding more over time – we invite you to join them as Guardians or with a gift at whatever level is right for you. 

Yes, I would like to
support ANG*L

David and Marietta Leis Vogel share how commitment to ANG*L and the practice of grateful living has enriched their lives as a couple and individually.

Marietta Leis Vogel has found that members of  the Guardians for Gratefulness community support each other, the organization, and life.

David Vogel describes what it has been like for him to be a Guardian for Gratefulness.

Lowie Rosales talks about being plugged into a global network of like-minded people who want to transform the world in a gentle way through gratefulness. See Lowie’s TEDx talk about her U.N. work rebuilding lives and homes.

Lynn Trojahn explains how every low point in life has a positive corollary that has to do with being grateful for what we really care about.

Peter Kessler finds that the movement to build a more grateful society helps him find meaning in life.

Dave Pettus has discovered that gratefulness is the foundational and absolutely necessary step to guarantee happiness.

Edda Hackl, who monitors the visitor forums on Gratefulness.org, feels privileged to be part of this Network for Grateful Living.

Theo Steiner finds that teachings about grateful living are very helpful to bring into therapeutic groups that he leads in Lucerne, Switzerland, with his wife, Leta Vonzun-Steiner.

Thank you for your support!