2. Write a liturgy (prayer, invocation, meditation, etc) expressing that thanksgiving and gratitude using the form from a world religion of your choosing.
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Day One: I am grateful for the bird that wakes me up every morning outside my bedroom window. I wonder if he will fly South for the Winter, and I hope he is safe. I am grateful for the shelter of your sky, and the ground that is our floor, the ladder that is the mountains, and the sea that is a basin for all good things — and I am grateful that I have a home. I am grateful that I can go to a spot near my house that is dotted with trees and shade in the Summer, and in the Winter it is a quiet place. I am grateful for snow days when the earth becomes quiet, and I am grateful for the days in Summer when shade is enough to keep me cool....