One teacher says that she used it with her fourth graders. They read it and then discussed all that we "don't like" to do, but are grateful for, as in this passage. Then each wrote his/her own poem "I don't like __ but I'm thankful for it because it means ___."
I find this to be true. Being honest with yourself and others gives you a feeling of freedom. You have nothing to hide. You live your life in contentment with joy and happiness doing the things you love. You feel no need to angst about events and schedules. Ride the wave and what is right for you will happen. Anxiety lessons and joy overrides. Your welcome :)
Things in perspective. Glad somebody made this, because all those silly teen posts annoy the hell out of me. They're not even a quarter of the way through life and they're posting this shit as if they have some profound insight into life. Please.