Thursday, November 25, 2010

Be Thankful ALL THE TIME!

John Marine | 11/25/2010 09:58:00 AM | | |
It doesn't have to be Thanksgiving to be thankful for what you have. We develop a sense in which we let holidays on the calendar let us know that we have to do certain things, or think of certain things in observance of a certain holiday. Think of holidays like Valentine's Day. Why do you need one day out of the entire year to do something nice for your lover/spouse? Be thankful for what you have ALL THE TIME (TODO LA VIDA). Think of people who are not as fortunate to have many things we take for granted- friends, family, food, water, shelter, and of course... our own well-being. Some people, however, need certain days to realize and recognize what all we are thankful for. Or for some people, be reminded of what a certain holiday is about (which is acceptable).

If you are reading this blog post and if you observe Thanksgiving, I want to wish you a happy and safe Thankgiving to you and your family. Same goes for those of you shopping on Black Friday after you're doing getting a bit heavy from Thankgiving grub. :) Please take care and have a fantastic day, lovely people (yes... YOU are lovely!)!





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