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Mike Lieberman

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Each and everyday I am grateful that I have another day to live my life. It’s something that is precious and we often take for granted. Everyday should be treated as a gift and cherished as such. For that reason, I am grateful to have another. Mike Lieberman Based in Los Angeles

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AJ Kulatunga

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I’m grateful for all the negative experiences in my life. Yes, I know that sounds weird but I come from a traditional family where academic excellence equates to life fulfilment. Unfortunately for me the traditional path never worked out and I use to be very upset about it. But through each setback I grew stronger […]

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Renee Jovic

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I am grateful first and foremost for my beautiful son and daughter, and a wonderful, supportive husband, for my family and friends who are always there and support me. That my children can also grow with such a support network is so reassuring. I am grateful for a business I enjoy and the opportunities it […]

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Peter Olorenshaw

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I am very grateful for being a survivor of the ‘Black Saturday’ bushfires, along with my son when our house and property burnt down around us. I am very grateful for the wonderful, warm and caring people that I met in the many months after this catastrophe.

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Melina Schamroth

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I am grateful that the right people always appear in my life at the right time, that I have found and followed my passion in life for making a difference and that I have a wonderful partner who supports me in what I do (no matter how ambitious my dreams).

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Noah Gelb

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I am most grateful for my friends and family who I know I can count on for anything. I am also always grateful that somehow my wife, who comes from across the world, found me and is the center of my life.

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Sophie

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I am grateful that my mum came back from hospital nice and healthy after treatment for breast cancer – and that we have a big mulberry tree at home!

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Eve Ash

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How lucky am I? I am healthy. I am free to follow my dreams. I don’t need much sleep. I am 60 this year, have 50 new ideas a day, ski like I’m 40, feel like 30!

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Renee Tunney

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My father died just before I turned 8, so I am grateful that I was here to celebrate my son’s 8th birthday with him last week. Every day that I am in good health and here for my family is a blessing.