Today in the United States we celebrate Thanksgiving. Families come together and enjoy a large meal of turkey with all the trimmings. A common practice before eating is to go around the table and have everyone say what they are thankful for.

It is a great thing to be thankful for the all of the good things in your life, but why wait for just one day out of the year to express your thanks? Try cultivating a stronger sense of gratitude for the good things in your life every day. You will be happier and less bothered by the things you think you should have but don’t.

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1 Comment to “Thanksgiving”

  1. By Samuel Kingston, December 2, 2009 @ 10:44 pm

    Very true, we always take what we have for granted, thank you, are two words which would have made a million people smile, inspite of their situations, we need to use these precious words more often not only to people around us to the God Almighty for all his many blessings. Being thankful is a life lesson which truly needs relearning.

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