Appreciate (v): 1. to recognize the full worth of. 2. to understand (a situation) fully; recognize the full implications of.
I appreciate life being a blank canvas, allowing me the chance to paint.
I appreciate second chances, which are offered as long as I admit I screwed up the first one.
I appreciate friends who are well-practiced at knowing when to interfere in my life.
I appreciate grace given to me because I have shown mercy.
I appreciate a sense of humor which is able to cover a multitude of stupidities.
I appreciate that I am debtor to others so I don’t become obnoxiously self-sufficient.
I appreciate ignorance so I can value knowledge.
I appreciate the time I’ve been given, never assuming it has to be one minute more.
I appreciate that being wrong is even more powerful than being right, because it gives me the chance to be legitimately humble instead of falsely arrogant.
I appreciate that the rain falls on the earth without my consent, permission or consultation.
I appreciate that there’s something bigger than me so that I learn not to despise small beginnings.
I appreciate appreciation. Without it, I grow too quickly grumpy and old.