Gratitude is a construct of perspective within context. 

The more barren the context, the less biased the perspective, and the more grateful the viewer to any superior offering. 

The more affluent the context, the more the viewer must diligently work to keep his perspective from drowning amidst the waters of apathy. 



Wayne Thomas Batson · 29 Oct ’13 at 10:22 pm

Mr. Hopper: have you been playing with your Thesaurus again? LOL You mind translating for the less literate among us?

    Christopher Hopper · 29 Oct ’13 at 10:52 pm

    @Wayne: I’m laughing here. Thanks for that.

    Laymen speak: the less you have, the more grateful you are for anything; the more you have, the harder you have to work to be grateful.

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