5 People You Shouldn't Forget To Thank This Diwali - #thankyouwalidiwali
13th Oct 2017 , Akash Sunny
Diwali is here! The festival of lights is a much loved one across all ages and communities. Apart from the festivities and crackers, there is a deeper meaning that Diwali would hold for each of us. To some it would mean hope, whereas for some, joy.
No exchange in these 3-4 days would be complete without “Happy Diwali”. But it shouldn’t be just that.
Let’s make this diwali special, both for you and your loved ones - With next to no extra effort at all. How ? By having an attitude of gratitude. That’s all.
Here are a few people you should be thankful for this Diwali.
But, not just Diwali, ever since we are born, they’ve supported us with our tiniest decisions, put up with our silliest tantrums and taken care of us without expecting anything in return.
Along with gifts let’s show gratitude to our parents for their continued support and their everlasting love.
Thank your parents here - http://bit.ly/ThankYouWaliDiwali
They know our all joyous and saddest phases of our lives and they are extremely important for us to live our lives. From selfies to parties and from heartbreak to loneliness, thank them for being there through it all.
Friends become an important part of our lives and without them we always feel incomplete. Let’s tell them that.
Thank your friends here - http://bit.ly/ThankYouWaliDiwali
Lets thank them for being our first best friend.
Awareness of that truth is such a blessing to both spouses, because it creates a stronger, more intimate marriage with a greater sense of love and appreciation. However, just awareness won’t make the marriage work. It’s how we appreciate them on a daily basis that actually helps keep the relationship going.
If you’ve forgotten to thank your spouse, then this is your best chance to do so with new beginnings.
Thank your wife/husband here - http://bit.ly/ThankYouWaliDiwali
Then there are other strangers. These are people that might have crossed our paths just once or twice, but they are special to us, because they took out time from their daily lives to help us out.
Do you remember them? It could be a stranger who helped you open the door to your car when your hands were full. Or somebody who opened the door for you. Or, your own child who took care of the household chores when you were sick.
It could be anybody and you should be grateful for them. They might have touched your life in a small way or even in a big way as well. We don’t even know if we will see them ever again.
Thank them if you remember them.
Thank the stranger here - http://bit.ly/ThankYouWaliDiwali
WannaThankYou is one such platform where you can express your gratitude towards people who have taught you something significant in some way. You might never know, your gratitude could heal somebody, make someone diwali special. Thank Them NOW.