I bring this gratefulness everywhere I go, to every situation: I'm grateful for the smallest, most mundane and for the biggest, most divine.
One thing that people often forget to be grateful for is their drains. Yes, their drains. Drains are amazing. But often it's not until they stop working that you realize how grateful you have been. By then the gratefulness you didn't notice has turned into a very definite annoyance. That's why I decided to appreciate everything that just works, the things you never even notice – the smallest, most mundane and the biggest, most deeply divine.
What I noticed then is that when things go wrong, they can't disturb me. How this is possible I don't know. But I'm grateful and appreciate it all.