In memory of Chester Bennington’s death by suicide, One More Light of Gratitude is a public gratitude journal. It is now imperative to fight mental anguish and illness in tangible manners, and this is a space created for the purpose of immortalizing the good in your life, so you can see it when you need it the most.
“I am grateful to dogs for making me smile, even when I am having the absolutely worst day. Shibe videos can fix anything.” ~ AG
“This week we went on a village immersion trip from college – – reminded me of my privileges and made me grateful for all the comforts I take for granted.” ~ RM
“1) I am grateful that my sister is giving love another chance.
2) I am grateful that I’ve received so much love and respect from my seniors.
3) I’m grateful to have really laughed in a long long time, last night.
4) I am grateful I’ve been published in a major online publication.
5) I am grateful to see things fall into place slowly and steadily.” ~ AS
“I’d a long days at office this week! My parents were awake till late night just for my daily call, grateful for the love and affection! Unconditional indeed.” ~ SK
“Totally grateful for having an amazing group of friends. 😊” ~SS
“A delivery randomly showed up with no tax.” ~AM
“A random person came nd wished me while I was roaming around in city centre salt lake. I couldn’t recognize him. But he said I had saved his wife’s life when she had presented with acute respiratory distress to rgkar when I had been posted in general emergency.” ~PB
“Strangers on the streets of Bangalore who helped me navigate without access to Google Maps. Turns out people are quite nice in general.” ~SP
“I’m grateful for my team at Oracle, for keeping me on my toes, for keeping me invested and helping me learn. I have really enjoyed my job this past year, something I cannot say for the first two years I was there.” ~ Vaibhav
Thank you all for sharing a fraction of your life with me. Your gratitude is now tangible in the world, hopefully creating light for whoever reads it.
If you’d like to participate, you can make a submission below in the comments, or on my Facebook page (a post goes out on Saturdays).