Gratitude is a warm feeling of thankfulness.
It strengthens the brain and makes us happier and more optimistic.

What are you grateful for?

Share with us what you are grateful for, in 50 words or fewer. Send your email to iamgrateful@happyhappy.org.sg. Or, if you prefer, type in your gratitude quote in the box below. Tell us your full name and age. Your school or organisation too, if you wish.
Your gratitude quote together with your name, age and, if given, school / organisation,
will be published in our website on our gratitude wall ● little red dot.

We reserve the right to edit submissions before publication.

    Publication is at HappyHappy’s discretion. We reserve the right to edit submissions.

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