감사 [kamsa] (Sino-Korean)
感 (감) — feeling
謝 (사) — to apologize
We need to always be thankful. First, we need to be thankful to God, to our husband or wife, and then to our neighbors. The more grateful we are, the deeper love fills us. The more often we share it, the more of God’s love we receive. We receive it proportionally to the gratitude we give.
To find love and blessings, we must live with gratitude. When we fail, God knows it. When we are in the worst situation in the world, God can’t help but know it. And if we, when we find ourselves in such a situation, still handle it and live it with gratitude, God considers us worthy of trustworthy. By learning to overcome even such situations, we will obtain blessings that cannot be found anywhere else. This is the principle at work in the world.
The masters of history do not worry or complain. Someone who only complains and fusses does not please God, friends, or even family members. No one likes whiners. You must change your habit of complaining and become thankful, and let your heart burn with desire and overflow with hope for a new future. Remember that you were born for the good of the country and the world.
Follow your path with gratitude, even when faced with unimaginable difficulties.