xièxie, Gracias, Shukran, dhanyavaad, Obrigado/Obrigada, Dhonnobad, Spasibo, Arigato, Tànvād/Shukrīā and finally – Thank you.
Those words above are obviously the way on how to say thank you in different languages. I got them from the top 10 most spoken languages in the world – the Mandarin Chinese, Spanish, English, Arabic, Hindi, Portuguese, Bengali, Russian, Japanese and Lahnda/Punjabi. These were the actual arrangements of the translation.
Thank you. In whatever language it derived from, wherever country might it came from, the two-word Thank you, is just an understatement of the big word that I’m about to tell you.
What is gratitude?
It could simply mean positive attitude.
But it know it’s deeper that I need to measure its latitude.
And its complexity is far enough to be determined by longitude.
It is deeper than appreciation.
Which you could just get in any recognition.
It is a warm feeling you could feel by the ignition.
That would lead you to a strong connection.
La vie est belle. Life is beautiful.
Gratitude is a state of being grateful.
And it is much more colorful
Than the two word ‘Thank you’ – It is wonderful.
It is about recognizing the importance.
Of what brings you pleasure and relief in every stance.
It reaches out to every hearts in any distance.
And it will give your life a positive, stronger resistance.
Being grateful is better than being thankful. Gratitude is beyond just a Thank you. It is not just a positive word. It is more like being grateful, recognizing the significance of the people or things you value, whether you are caught up in a web full of struggles or a summer like vacation in a famous, jaw-dropping resort, really receiving the blessings from God above.
Remember this, my dear friends, Gratitude knows no bounds. You can always be grateful in any life circumstances you are right now. But your attitude is more likely to dictate how far your gratitude could go.