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    for having lived vs. to have lived

    Which is correct?

    We are so much grateful for having lived another day

    or

    We are so much grateful to have lived another day.

    Note: I'm going to use it for our opening prayer. Thank you.

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    Re: for having lived vs. to have lived

    Quote Originally Posted by Yura Reiri View Post
    Which is correct?

    We are so much grateful for having lived another day

    or

    We are so much grateful to have lived another day.

    Note: I'm going to use it for our opening prayer. Thank you.
    Both "for having lived" and "to have lived" are correct, you should delete "much", however.

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