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- Sep 2021
he has a father who is still living, a mother who is happy and strong
The narrator is glad his son is getting a better life and doesn‘t have to live without parents
I am happy to warm Mrs. Croft's soup in the evenings," I suggested. "It is no trouble."
He got used to living with her.
Still, there are times I am bewildered by each mile I have
He starts apreciating everyday things
- Past experiences
- gratitude/appreciation| effect of personal interactions
URLinst-fs-iad-prod.inscloudgate.net/files/81d2e75c-8ac3-425c-b333-069dae4e42c9/Lahiri. The Third and Final Continent.pdf
- Nov 2015
Loyola University psychologist Fred Bryant finds that savoring positive experiences makes them stickier in your brain, and increases their benefits to your psyche—and the key, he argues, is expressing gratitude for the experience. That’s one of the ways appreciation and gratitude go hand in hand.