Gratitude Gardening is a program designed to reframe our mind’s to think about what we are grateful for.
Hakarat Hatov in Hebrew means gratitude and is a very important Jewish value. It’s easy to forget all the wonderful things we have and the wonderful people in our lives, especially when we get used to seeing them every day. A Jewish proverb, Pirkei Avot (4:1), asks the question, “Who is rich?” and then answers, itself saying, “Those who rejoice in their own lot.” So what do we each have that’s worth being excited about?
During this workshop, participants will go through several activities encouraging them to think about gratitude and what they are grateful for.