It seems as if a lot of ugly things have happened around the globe and especially here in the good old USA. Sometimes with all the strife and division it becomes harder to see the good things around us. Let us all take this Thanksgiving holiday to stop a moment and think of the good things happening both close to home and throughout our nation.
Make a list, say them aloud, or share them with someone, but for this moment, this season, if only for a while focus on the blessings God has brought your way.
Happy Thanksgiving to each of you and your loved ones. May we all enjoy more positivity, unity, and blessings in the coming year(s).
“Not what we say about our blessings, but how we use them, is the true measure of our Thanksgiving.” Click to Tweet
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2 thoughts on “Happy Thanksgiving”
With all the political ugliness and strife, I’m still thankful to have been born in America, raised in America, and to live out my life in America. I wish people would understand that although I love my own country, I do not hate or denigrate anyone else’s country. Nationalism is a GOOD thing, not a dirty word. Pride in one’s country is not hatred for other countries.
Loving my husband doesn’t mean I hate yours. Loving my children doesn’t mean I hate yours.
I have been to some gorgeous spots in Europe, and enjoyed the history there; I have been impressed by the warmth of so many people. But having a good experience in Europe does NOT mean I no longer love my own country. It does NOT mean I no longer have pride in my own country. Loving one does not require that I hate another.
Well said, Linda! I wish others would understand that and I agree with you. Hope this finds you well and hope you had a wonderful holiday. Thanks for reading.
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