• When someone tells you to count your blessings it means to think about all the good things in your life.

  • To stop making yourself feel unhappy about the bad things.

  • To realise your good luck.

1. The climber counted his blessings after surviving a great fall of Mt. Everest.


2. When life gets tough and you lose everything, it’s important to count your blessings.


3. You may notice that there are many people who live in unfavourable situations so you’d better count your blessings.


4. You’d better count your blessings now before that monster becomes the President of our country.

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