Sign up to our Mail list and share your Feedback with us!

While I was reading a devotion, I came across something that made me think. It said: Did you know that your level of gratitude could have a direct effect on your attitude? What are you thankful for?
brown envelope with thank you printed card
Photo by Panos Sakalakis on
Some people are like thermometers; always alerting us when things aren’t right, and constantly a victim to the “temperature” in the room … which is never perfect. But others are more like thermostats. These people determine the temperature in the room. Their words, actions, and even their thoughts set the atmosphere. Which one are you? Am I a thermometer? have I been one in the past? how grateful am I for what I have? You can imagine the number of questions that came to my mind. I then realised how we take so many things for granted and don’t realise how we affect others and how our perception of the world can be tainted through ingratitude. Yes, we’ve all been through difficulties and storms but, we are still here! In this month of appreciation April, I would like to appreciate those who are thermostats in our lives and add to it in wonderful ways. Not only do they boost and add light to us, but they also remind us of the good in this world. Such people are precious and rare.
grayscale photography of thermometer on wall
Photo by Anna Urlapova on
I will leave you with the exact questions:
  • Are you a thermometer?
  • Have you been one in the past?
  • Did you add a positive or negative impact to the situation?
  • how grateful are you for what you have?
If you are a thermometer, maybe look for ways to change that or understand what triggers that side of you. We are not perfect but, that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t become the best versions of ourselves.

Love Diana,


Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.