Count your blessings.


to be grateful for what one has.
This phrase is often used for telling someone that they should not complain.


School children today should count their blessings. At least they’re not beaten for talking in class as we were.

Seven climbers are counting their blessings after surviving a sudden snowstorm yesterday on Mt. Rainier.

When you find that many people are worse off than you are, you’ll learn to count your blessings.

Reflecting on their many years together, Barbara and Charles said: ‘We’ve had our problems, but we’ve always counted our blessings, and we’re very thankful we have got each other.’

A Denholme man was also counting his blessings after missing the smash by less than a minute.

Right now, though, they seem to be not get the worst of the storm and so they’re counting their blessings, Kyra.