3G LFE: Greatly Grated Gratitude IV

​Grating Gratitude

Futile, like cooking cheese and expecting the raw beauty. However, like cheese, it is processed pardon me , a process. Grating Gratitude should result in great gratitude. In this jargon, the simple conclusion is to first appreciate the enormous duty of gratitude: a slaughtered bull for a pagan-worshipped god, eulogy for the dead, chants for a king, dear-diary entries to a future spouse, a life of service to the CREATOR, a chaste-thought for the preservation of the earth, no-more-flesh-eating resolution , organic diet (the list should not end). All these and more carry the weight of a self-gratified state, a righteous connotation in diverse contexts; thoughtfully; gratitude is an assemblage of righteousness but can this be all, especially where one has not the provision to fulfil such feats? Certainly north not! This is where grating gratitude is needed. Grating gratitude involves the breaking of the enormous into the smallest possible resemblance. In this case, the most unrecognised yet most important, the reason behind the enormous, the raisin in the communion bread. The best of gratitude is in intensions and in intentions. Gratitude is the most uncomfortable activity done comfortably. So the grated gratitude resolves, in your inTENSION, influencing your InTENTION.

What becomes your inTENTION while inTENSION?

Gratitude judges from within and meets the grateful one at heart: by simply asking ‘why’ and if not, ‘why not?’

Conclusively, gratitude is best served grated, from a broken glass fold, to hold unto the unseen, gratitude is hope and the grated version is belief, a steadfast stubborn frontier; denied yet inclined. The great are grated for the measure to gratify in the process of gratitude. Therefore as a means of determining the true from the through to itemize the thorough, grate gratitude…rate it on the scale of deception to the heart and see, or beat its form (like in cooking) from fairly full to substance wholeness. Be (come) grateful.

Gladly, THE END.

photo credit: Clipartkid

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