One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Be grateful for what one has.‘when you find that many people are worse off than you are, you'll learn to count your blessings’
- ‘You've just shuttled your kids to daycare, made a trip to the grocery store, and are counting your blessings for having found a seat on the bus for the ride back home.’
- ‘A Denholme man was also counting his blessings after missing the smash by less than a minute.’
- ‘This has been a very difficult year for us, but we have learned to count our blessings.’
- ‘Standing on the podium in ninth place, Gilmour counted her blessings that she could race in the 15 km Easter Weekend hill climb at all.’
- ‘If those people who live there didn't knock it so much and were just a little bit patriotic and counted their blessings, they just might find some peace of mind.’
- ‘Reflecting on their many years together, Barbara and Charles said: ‘We've had our problems, but we've always counted our blessings, and we're very thankful we have got each other.’’
- ‘So he counts his blessings - the family is together, the kids are doing OK - and prays every day about what lies ahead.’
- ‘A Hampshire couple were today counting their blessings and saluting firefighters for saving their 16th century cottage which they have spent months renovating.’
- ‘So, to everyone reading this, wherever you are, pause for a moment tomorrow, amidst the family fun and multiple helpings of food, and count your blessings.’
- ‘Right now, though, they seem to be not get the worst of the storm and so they're counting their blessings, Kyra.’
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