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Living gratefully means daring to live through not only good times, but even through our troubles and confusion. As Rainer Maria Rilke says in his Letters to a Young Poet, “The point is, to live everything. Live the questions now. Perhaps then, someday far in the future, you will gradually, without even noticing it, live your way into the answer.”

Three friends - photo by Sanja GjeneroCheck out what's
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A Good Day – You think this is just another day…but is it?  (Video)

Light a Candle – Light a candle for a friend's birthday, for peace on earth, or to have a moment of quiet joy or sadness just for you.  You can even send your candle for free to a friend! 

Labyrinth – For centuries, people have walked through labyrinths as a way of exploring how near or far we really are to our heart's desires and our goals.  This labyrinth has surprise quotes and pictures that pop up and guide you on your way.

E-cards – Is someone’s birthday coming up?  Want to tell someone you love them or celebrate a special time? 

Angels of the Hours – “Back in the day,” people used to take little breaks at dawn, noon, dusk, bedtime, and other points in the day to give thanks.  You can, too!

Calendar - Enrich your life by tuning in to the joyful vibrations of different cultures on their days of celebration.

Gratefulnews - “The world is full of happy people, but no one ever hears of them. You have to fight and make a scandal to get into the papers.” Here is your chance to hear good news: Every day people like you build a grateful world through acts of creativity and compassion.

QBox - Ask us a question about gratefulness!  We will do our best to answer.

 

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EDITORIAL POLICY
ANGeL's goal is to offer you through this website an immediate and intimate experience of living gratefully. In selecting topic resources, as elsewhere, we favor quality over quantity. This page is not meant to be a directory of related websites and organizations. Rather, we have selected a few specific links and readings that we believe are most helpful in getting you in touch with your experience. Of course, the Internet is vast and our knowledge is limited; so if you know of a link or a book that is more helpful than what's listed, be sure to let us know.