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Gratitude

agrimony
traditional symbol for gratitude. [Flower Symbolism: Flora Symbolica, 172]
Androcles
because he had once extracted a thorn from its paw, the lion refrained from attacking Androcles in the arena. [Rom. Lit.: Brewer Dictionary, 33]
Canticle of the Sun, The
St. Francis of Assisi’s pantheistic hymn of thanks. [Christian Hagiog.: Bishop, 296]
Hannah
jubilantly thankful to God for giving son.
Magwitch, Abel
amply repays Pip for having helped him when in desperate straits. [Br. Lit.: Dickens Great Expectations]
Noah’s altar
built to thank God for safe landing. [O. T.: Genesis 8:20–21]
Thanksgiving Day
American holiday acknowledging God’s favor. [Am. Culture: Brewer Dictionary, 1071]
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The Bible directs us to thankfulness repeatedly in both the Old and New Testaments.
We should make thankfulness our "sacrifice to God," states Psalm 50:14.
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In an interview with Harsha Bhogle on Star Sports, Anjali revealed that it was not the first time during the Mumbai Test match that Tendulkar touched the pitch dirt in a sign of thankfulness to the ground.
A recurring thankfulness I have is for the opportunity to be in Florida living my American dream daily in the outdoors.
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Since the beginning of World War II, more than 83,000 men and women have disappeared in the fog of war, but they are remembered with thankfulness by family members and their nation.
Add a card or note filled with your love and thankfulness, and enjoy a special time together that will become a treasured memory.
The Aqeeqah is a celebration of gratitude and thankfulness for the gift of new life, and friends, family and community members at large are invited to the celebration, which includes a feast of lamb or other meat slaughtered or sacrificed in thankfulness.
A commemorative plaque of thankfulness to rescuers and rememberance for victims was placed in Bulgarian capital Sofia on the day Bulgaria celebrates the 70th anniversary of the rescue of Bulgarian Jews in WW II.
If we have layoffs, I want it done with compassion, understanding, kindness and thankfulness," he said.