Gratitude must not be restricted to one day on the calendar.  Gratitude is to be who we are!  Gratitude is an attitude of the inner person.  Practice it with your lips until you have trained your heart.  Gratitude is the beginning of both worship and contentment.  It speaks praise to the Giver behind the gift, and speaks to itself saying, “It is enough.”  It realizes that we live our lives out of His kind benevolence and rejoices in the adequacy of it.

 “Let them give thanks to the LORD for His lovingkindness, And for His wonders to the sons of men!  Let them also offer sacrifices of thanksgiving, And tell of His works with joyful singing.” Psalms 107:21-22 (NASB)