From Anneliese Rider – When Thank You is Really hard to Pray

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“Sometimes the physician calls with the awful news, your car or truck breaks down on the side of the road for the fifth time in a month, or life just does not go as planned. When that occurs, gratitude is by no means your (my) 1st response.

There’s no formula for expressing gratitude when you are also numb to respond, so I do not have an answer right here. The ideal concept I can give: inform your unedited feelings to the A single who sees—and years down the road, if time has healed sufficient to show you any constructive outcome from the circumstance, say thank you then.”* (bold mine)

*http://www.annelieserider.com/weblog/2018/11/24/late-thank-youspt-four

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