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Idioms & Slang – Count Your Blessings


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Do you feel lucky to be alive, lucky to have money or lucky to have two legs?

In this case we can say that we count our blessings.
This means we appreciate the things that we have.

It means we do not take things for granted.

My examples

I am happy to have a nice family, nice friends and a nice home.

I count my blessings every day.

Do you ever count your blessings?
If so, tell us in the comment box about the things you appreciate most.

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By: Luke 

ETO American English teacher

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