Thank You Quotes, Sayings about Gratitude - Page 3
I thank you for yesterday.. And thank you for today. But most of all thank you for the days to come. Thank you.
Thank you so much for being the one person I could talk to. Thank you for never leaving my side through the tough and ugly times. Thank you for being my rock. Thank you for being understanding. Thank you for being patient, kind, friendly. Thank you for accepting me for who I was, and looking on the inside, not the outside.
But most of all…thank you for loving me- like no one else ever has, or ever will.
The attitude of gratitude can raise your altitude. Being thankful is a magical way to reach the top.
A giver should not expect a return. Let the receiver to thank you and be content in his sweet word.
We often take for granted the very things that most deserve our gratitude.
Gratitude opens door for blessing; ingratitude shuts the door of blessing.
No duty is more urgent that that of returning thanks.
– James Allen
Thank you for being you. Accepting me in all ways, making me happy when I’m sad and thanks for all the pain that you removed from me. Thanks to God because he sent you to me. <3
Thank you much more, Than a greeting can say, Because you were thoughtful, In such a nice way!
Thank you for all the special things you do.
In ordinary life we hardly realize that we receive a great deal more than we give, and that it is only with gratitude that life becomes rich.
– Deitrich Bonhoeffer
When you are grateful, fear disappears and abundance appears.
– Anthony Robbins
Gratitude is a sign of maturity…Where there is appreciation: there is also courtesy and concern for the rights and property of others.
– Gordon B. Hinckley
A sincere word of thanks is nothing but an extension of a generous self.
Saying “Thank You” is the best way of serving mankind as well as the eternal God.
Thank you is the priceless gift.
I see the glass half full and thank God for what I have.
– Ana Monnar
Thank you for being there.
“Thank you” is the mother of all words.
Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.
~William Arthur Ward
The greatest thing is being nice, you are more than that, thank you for what you are.
Sorry, please and thank you are the key words of teaching children good manners.
Always teach your children at a tender age to use words like:sorry, please and thank you and they will remember you as a good parent when they grow up.
Please accept this small gift as a token of our esteem “Thank you”.
Thank you for being there
Having so much love for me
And never leaving my side
No one could ever break us
Kind gentle words everyday
You always smiled for me
Only you made my tears stop
U and only you made me happy…
Thank you for being there.
He who enjoys the presents of others enjoys Himself