Gratitude, though, does not mean you are pretending everything is okay and living in denial. Instead, gratitude is choosing to focus on appreciating your life as it is right now.
The science is clear. There is no doubt that cultivating gratitude in your life can have a positive impact in many ways.
As we continue to live life through this historic pandemic, we all face anxiety and uncertainty and need to remind each other that growth is still possible—this is especially important for our students.
God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.
Do not pretend that everything is okay or pretend that this is not difficult, but instead to be intentional to foster hope and to look for the ‘silver lining.’
Déjà Vu is something almost all of us have experienced at some point. It can happen at any moment. All of a sudden we have this strong sense that the exact events happening around us happened before.
We’re so glad to start a new school year at Dalat. All Dalat students are scheduled to begin online instruction on Wednesday, August 4, 2021, for the 2021–22 school year.
Wow, what a year! It has been a tough one for our students but also for us as adults. We can be proud of how we persevered and what we have accomplished through it all.
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