Not that it’s a British festival, but I thought I’d honour (yes that’s spelled correctly!) my cousins across the Pond with this small insight.
I’ve written before on Thankfulness as a Weapon, but this little nugget gives a slightly different perspective on life and its little hiccups and irritations.
I hope it speaks to you in some small but helpful way. Here you go:
7 thoughts on “Thankfulness on Thanksgiving Day”
Wow I really wish I had read this 30 years ago! Or something with the same perspective… Thanks for this abstract but very powerful perspective on the daily ins and outs ups and downs of our lives.
To be honest I saw it on Facebook and thought, like ‘That’ll be ideal for a Thanksgiving post’. But there are some powerful things in there indeed! Thanks for your comment Carol 🙂
Oh and btw Carol you got a mention in my blog way back when; it’s only right I draw your attention to it. Right at the end of the post, here: http://www.flyinginthespirit.cuttys.net/2015/02/22/until-then/
Hi Tony, often I like your post, as is the case with this one, but I really don’t have anything to say about it. But I can’t find any kind of ‘like’ feature where I can indicate that I like it.
Thanks Tim, I’m using a standard WordPress software system installed on my own server – but it doesn’t seem to have the Like/Dislike buttons that your blog has. I will look and see if there’s any plugins I can install to correct that. Thanks for the heads-up on the need for this; we all rely on comments like this to enable us to develop our blogs, don’t we? Cheers bro 🙂
Ok, installed a rudimentary Like/Share system. Now to see if it works….
“If the only prayer you ever say in your entire life is ‘thank you’,
it will be enough. ”