Monday, 26 August 2019

Thinking About Gratitude


Think seriously about gratitude. Decide on one thing that you are grateful for this week.
You might be grateful for something profound or something simple. 
Think about why you are grateful for this one thing and justify your choice. 

13 comments:

  1. Hello students of Ruma Waru! I am Aleenah from St. Patrick's school and I just wanted to say thank you for sharing this because most of us probably forgot about gratitude. This is unique but also helpful because it let's us think about positive things and share them. This is one of the best blog posts I have ever read from because it isn't only simple, it takes a huge part in our lives. Thank you again for sharing this and have a great day!

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  2. Kia ora, Ruma waru I love how you guys shared this because people forget about gratitude.I love this and thank you guys so much for posting this. Please post more things like this.👍

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  3. Hi i'm Giselle from St. Patrick's School I really like how your telling what you where grateful for this week it shows that maybe someone important came or you won something from your teacher i don't know maybe you should have wrote what your grateful because i'm grateful that we get to play a game in my class,but keep up the good work

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  4. Kia ora Ruma Waru school I like the way that you guys share Gratitude Just in case people forget about Gratitude and im looking forward for some more blog post.

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    1. hi my name is ofa and i am in room 7 school a saint Patricks school
      at panmure i love this school and i love you guy so much. i love ruma waru. you are so cool!!!!!!!

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    2. i love your work so much. keep it up rimu waru

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  8. Hi Rimu Waru. I love the way you teach the children how to save people

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