Every day, we should be grateful for all the good things in our lives, big and small.
Thanksgiving reminds us to share our gratitude with others. It is that special time to give thanks for our blessings; health, friends, and family, all the things we take for granted. We are also reminded to acknowledge the good deeds of others.
Remember those who are less fortunate. Some of the most poignant Thanksgiving thoughts come from children:
- I’m thankful that we are living in a house and not our car this year.
- I am thankful we will be going to the church for dinner because we don’t have much at home.
- I am thankful my daddy is home from the war.
We all have something to be thankful for, and each one of us has the power to make someone else grateful. It can be as little as a smile and a kind word or as much as a roll of bills dropped into a red bucket.
Someone somewhere will be thankful that you took the time to care.
The road is easier together,
Linda Laitala, President
Raven Performance Group