Category Gratitude

Gratitudoexperientia

(noun) The experiential and profound joy that comes from discovering gratitude through the practice of gratitude in AA; the transformative experience of recognizing and appreciating the blessings in one’s life; from Latin “gratitude” (gratitude) and “experientia” (experience).

Ingratitudoignava

(noun) The active and persistent lack of gratitude and appreciation for life and its blessings before engaging in recovery and AA; The state of being unthankful and neglectful of the positive aspects of one’s existence; from Latin “ingratitudo” (ingratitude) and…

Gratiapariter

(adverb) Similarly and in the same spirit of gratitude and acceptance, referring to the collective attitude within Alcoholics Anonymous; it signifies the shared acknowledgment of blessings and progress in recovery; from Latin “gratia” (gratitude) and “pariter” (equally, in the same…

Gratiaprincipium

(noun) The principle and foundation of personal growth resulting from the practice of gratitude in recovery, acknowledging the transformative power of thankfulness; it signifies the starting point and fundamental aspect of positive change; from Latin “gratia” (gratitude) and “principium” (beginning,…

Gratiadeptio

(noun) The profound and conscious act of attaining or achieving gratitude in recovery; the recognition and appreciation of the blessings, personal growth, and positive changes experienced as a result of sobriety; a deliberate shift in mindset towards gratitude and the…