Gratefulness

Making known to God and others in what ways they have benefited my life (I Corinthians 4:7)

The porcupine, though lacking both speed and good eyesight, displays gratefulness through its satisfaction with the abilities that it has been given, including 33,000 razor sharp quills. As it waddles along, it can be found happily “singing” to itself in a high-pitched falsetto voice.

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