Although my family and I don't have the most perfect relationship, we get through everything together. I heard people coming from broken family say, "I don't feel whole", or "I always feel like there's something missing in my life", so I'm grateful for having a complete family.
2. Good friends
It's fun to be in the company of great friends who could influence you in a good way, right? Having friends isn't an easy thing, especially living in the UAE, since people come and go, and don't really stay for a long time. That means always having to prepare yourself for that day when you or they have to say goodbye. It's hard, but why it's amazing if you get to keep in touch with them even when they're away.
Another thing I'm grateful for is safety — Security is tight in this country, and policemen work fast. I don't always have to worry about walking around outside alone, except in super dark creepy areas (which I don't really go to anyway). Snatchers also, aren't popular in this country, so I don't have to worry about that too.
4. Access to the Internet
In this age, people can't live without the Internet! We all use it for practically everything we need like recipes, directions and communication. I'm thankful for being able to access the Internet, even in malls — and fast internet it is!
5. Always having enough
I don't have everything I want, trust me I don't. But God provides enough, everyday. He never fails, and I know He won't ever fail me!