A mother used to pray at night with a young daughter, about six years old, when she put her to bed.
One night the mother told him:

- Today we are going to ask God for a little more to heal Aunt Marta.
They prayed for Aunt Marta, every night, for a couple of weeks. Afterwards, the mother said nothing and they stopped asking.
On the third or fourth night without doing so, the girl asked:

- Mom, why don't we pray for Aunt Marta?
- It's that Diosito has already made it good, replied the mother.
"And if he made it good," the girl replied, "shouldn't we pray to thank him?"

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We are more likely to ask than to thank. That of those ten cured lepers and of whom only one returns to thank Jesus, is repeated in our lives daily.
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Of every ten times that we ask, perhaps, we do not give thanks. The gratitude of the one who asks opens the hand of the one who gives: gratitude facilitates generosity.
And we have so much to thank God for!

Agustin Filgueiras

Give thanks to the LORD, call on his name, make known his works among the peoples. 1 Chronicles 16: 8
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And they are to be present every morning to give thanks and to praise the LORD, and also at night. 1 Chronicles 23:30