As we approach the “Thanksgiving Day” holiday, we should be consciously thankful each and every day, for we all have an abundance of things to be thankful for. We should employ that knowledge to reduce the stresses of life and better our mental, emotional and spiritual health. Though I don’t celebrate the upcoming holidays in the “traditional” sense, I do recognize that “Thanksgiving” is a day in which to find the things that one is thankful for and hold them in remembrance. As all of you who do celebrate the holiday prepare your meals and what not, be mindful of the condition that the world is in right now and be thankful to God for the health and safety of all of those whom you hold near and dear in your hearts. Be thankful for the memories that warm your hearts and bring smiles to your faces. Be thankful for your triumphs and failures, hardships and successes, for they build your character and make you the person who you are. Be thankful for the boundless blessings that God provides you daily, both those that you see and those that you don’t. Be thankful for His mercy, love, grace and forgiveness!
May the Peace and Prosperity of God forever envelope you and your family!
(Robert Green #210296)