On the relationship of hope and gratitude
to corporate social responsibility
Lynne M. Andersson
Robert A. Giacalone
Carole L. Jurkiewicz
ABSTRACT. A longitudinal study of 308 white-collar
U.S. employees revealed that feelings of hope and gratitude
increase concern for corporate social respons
Gratitude Letter Guidelines
The following are guidelines for writing a detailed gratitude letter:
1) Each student needs to think of a person in his or her life who has been kind to him or her but whom the student has never thanked. Instead of kindness, the student could also identify a per
Gratitude, appreciation, or thankfulness is a positive emotion or attitude in acknowledgment of a benefit that one has received or will receive. In contrast to the positive feeling of gratitude, the feeling of indebtedness is a negative reaction to a favor (Tsang, 2006a; Watkins, Scheer
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To start this letter off I want to let you how thankful WE the world are for having you help protect this country. It’s not the best country but it does need to be protected. Thank you Solider, not
Imagine finally going to your warm cozy bedroom after a long day in school and finding it infested with mosquitoes. Yes! A colony of uninvited guests had the guts to completely overtake your room. You feel like screaming at them “pick on someone your own size!” You take a fly swatt
Being thankful for what we have / "Gratitude"
There are a lot of things in my life that I am thankful for, but most important thing is that I have a great family and loving parents. There are many things that I don’t normally realize which I still take for granted like having my own car and atten
The Plausibility of Substance Dualism as an Approach to the Mind-Body Problem:
A Philosophical and Theological Inquiry
Richard J. Bernier
in The Department
of Theological Studies
Presented in Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Arts at
Effective leaders are known to possess certain types of characteristics. Individual people may have different perceptions of what leadership means. One common definition of leadership is a person’s effort to influence others in a positive direction to achieve the goal at hand. I believe good le
Uncle tom’s cabin starts with a slave owner, mr Shelby, being forced to sell two of his slaves, harry and tom, to mr haley because of a debt that he owes. When’s harry’s mother, eliza, hears of this, she decides to flee to Canada to be free with her husband george. As they are escaping, mr h
Shrek' uses presentational devices to defy the stereotypical views of man-eating ogres, showing Shrek to be valiant and good- hearted. Similarly, the parody of the genre is further explored through presentational devices which contrast "Lord Farquaad" with the stereotypical fairytale prince.
Gratitude Lifts The Weight of Anxiety
Let me tell you why the art of gratitude is such a great tool for ending anxious thoughts.
A lot of people write telling me how their anxiety makes them feel very cut off or removed from the world around them. This sensation can be distressing as people fear
The aim of this paper is to develop more about gratitude level of humans. Gratitude is a very complex humans’ emotion to be described. It is believed that gratitude is the least humans’ emotions that psychologists have ever discussed (Emmons, McCullough, 2004). Gratitude is one of
Meditation is simple. If you can breathe, you can meditate. For the sake of simplicity we will assume that you, the student, are capable of sitting, cross legged, on the floor. To practice meditation you must prepare your body, breathe mindfully, chant a single Om, and reflect on your experience.
To our beloved principal, to our academic coordinator, to our ever supportive teachers and staff, and to our family, most especially our parents, friends, fellow classmates and students. Ladies and Gentlemen, a pleasant morning to everyone.
High school life, an unforgettable mem
Nebojsa surveyed his surroundings as he casually flicked his cigarette overboard. Exhaling deeply, he watched the smoke rise as they approached the dock. It was three in the morning the shipyard was all but deserted. They docked as he picked up his grimy duffle bag and prepared to disembark.
Throughout American History the U.S. has sought to expand its boundaries. This need increased greatly during the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century with the start of the industrial revolution. During this time other countries around the world had expanded
A Night In Concert
It was a very special day for me. On Sunday April 11, of 2004, the day had come and I was ready for a great night in concert with my favorite Latin rock band, Jaguares at the House of Blues of Anaheim. I had never been t
Today a Big Power carve up of Libya is taking place in the French capital, reminiscent of the 1884 Berlin Conference which divided Africa into arbitrary country lines.
Dubbed “Friends of Libya Conference”, this Paris gathering of imperial powers taking place today has nothing to do with Libya
SPEECH of GRATITUDE
The most powerful persons in my life
I was still a child and I remember the time that my parents went away to work. I am considering them the most powerful persons in my life. They went away for a reason. Yes it's sacrifice. It's a hard thing to be separated from your childr
An Analysis of Tintern Abbey and I wandered lonely as a cloud
As in “Tintern Abbey”, “I wandered lonely as a cloud” portrays William’s mind working as a mirror by reflecting what comes to it. They are both experiential poems and contain glimpses of recollections from the inner mind. In
Appreciation and Gratitude â Life Lesson
Finally, after so many years I am on my way home, âsecondâ home after my parentsâ. I feel very excited, as it is not just a house that I used to rent, but a âmagicâ place, where being away from my parents I could experience home comfort. I havenâ
On Gratitude Education
Hundreds of middle-aged men and women are sitting in rows in a playground-like lecture hall, silently lowering their heads, alongside are their children who are sorrowfully weeping and sobbing, looking far more morose and gloomier than they are supposed to be at this te
Highlights from the Research Project on Gratitude and Thankfulness
Dimensions and Perspectives of Gratitude Co-Investigators: Robert A. Emmons, University of California, Davis (contact: firstname.lastname@example.org; 530.752.8844) Michael E. McCullough, University of Miami (contact: email@example.com; 305.284
A Separate Peace Questions
1. The narrator returns to Devon to see the marble stairs and the tree.
2. Phineas, also known as Finny, is the narrator’s roommate and best friend.
3. Phineas talks Gene into jumping from the tree into the water.
4. The boys were not punish
The Three Gs: Gratitude, Giving, and Generosity
( Jenni Wright 2008
How do you feel when someone gives you a gift? In particular remember a gift that you have really wanted, or a gift that has been handmade. Or how do you feel when you receive a gift from a child that they have lovingly
Diary of Jem
6th June 1930 to 10th June 1930
Many inevitable things had happened in Maycomb due to Tom Robinson’s case. Mr Bob Ewell was very despondent with my father. HE said that my father had insulted his daughter during the trial. My father said: Mayella was fille
Gratitude in simple term can be explained as ‘The quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness’.
It should be distinguished from thanks, which is too often a matter of words, and not accompanied by a feeling of thankfulness or by those acti
"We are hardly ever grateful for a fine clock or watch when it goes right, and we pay attention to it only when it falters, for then we are caught by surprise. It ought to be the other way about." - Philip Dormer Stanhope Chesterfield, 4th Earl
Born and raised in Detroit since 1992, I have g
In the story, “Cast your net for the American Dream”, Eli is a veteran who lost his legs at
war. Not only did Eli lose his legs he lost his fiancée Rosie and friends who would normally
invite him or come over for card parties were long gone because of his situation. When
Through the glass window on the work door, I see the clock reading 7:00 a.m. as I am still only half-awake. As I walked in, I knew it was going to be another battling work day. I turn the open sign on and wait for customers to start arriving. It’s freezing in this building