Winter Break Wisdom Quote 2: APPRECIATION!

Winter Break Wisdom Quote 2: APPRECIATION!

 

For many of us, today, December 26th, is filled with putting wrapping paper in recycling bins, figuring out where the receipts went, and generally climbing out after holiday pressures and festivities. Today is actually known as National Thank You Note Day, too. As you consider those whom you want to thank for whatever joys they shared with you during this holiday season, it’s a great time to consider the words in today’s Winter Break W.O.W. Quotation 2.

As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words but to live by them. —John F. Kennedy

Today’s quotation by John F. Kennedy focuses on our need for gratitude—not just feeling it, but also expressing it. A most eloquent thank you note is always something that reflects doing the right thing. Even heartfelt notes will only go so far until the actions of our lives reflect our gratitude as well.

It’s not only about the words in our thank you notes, although they are most often welcome and deeply appreciated by their recipients. It is about something more, something bigger. It is not how we verbally express our gratitude that matters so much as how we express our gratitude through the actions we take, the choices we make, and the changes of which we are a part. That’s living by our words.

At Teacher Peach, we live by our ongoing commitment to the amazing teachers, educators, and students we strive to serve. We work to create clear and meaningful messages for teachers, about teachers, by teachers, and in support of teachers and their students—because of our gratitude. We live this gratitude in each product Teacher Peach creates.

Just pop onto teacherpeach.com or search out our products on Amazon to see what we mean. Each product has been carefully created to reflect the professionalism and dedication that teachers bring to the students in their classrooms every single day. To explore more PeachQuotes Studio™ Quotations, visit us on Pinterest and continue to explore our blog. We’d also like to know more about your live-by-your-words actions during this holiday season.

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