It's very similar to Newton's 3rd law, if you can remember your high school physics. it goes like this:
The Law of Gratitude is the natural principle that action and reaction are always equal, and in opposite directions.
When we give thanks, the grateful outreaching of our mind, in thankful praise, is a liberation or expenditure of force; it cannot fail to reach that to which it is addressed, and the reaction is an instantaneous movement toward you. In other words; when you give thanks, good things come to you. Part of this is because the grateful mind is constantly fixed upon the best, therefore because you are thinking the best thoughts you tend to become the best you can be and will receive the best in return. What you think about and thank about, you bring about.
There is so much joy in gratitude. That’s because gratitude leads us to service, and service brings us closer to our highest, happiest, most loving selves. Get to a place of gratitude and you will experience peace. Be in a state of gratitude for everything because there is something to learn in everything. Be grateful even for the pain because there are lessons to be learned from it as well.
What are you thankful for? Make a quick list in the comments section. I'd love to hear from you!
P.S. Take what resonates with you and leave the rest.
P.P.S. Remember, "You're the one!"