Thanksgiving Day Greeting

Happy Thanksgiving to all!

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4 Responses to “Thanksgiving Day Greeting”
  1. Thomas Burlew says:

    What a wonderful blog. I agree. Happy Thanksgiving to all. Thanksgiving was based on a day when the colonial farmers broke bread with Native Americans in order to inspire sharing and prosperity. However, what the story doesn’t tell is those farmers later trounced Plymouth Rock and desimated that population of Native Americans. Yet we celebrate a day as if it changed anything. The truth is, I am thankful that I have a chance to better the world in my own little way; by keeping it real. I won’t have dinner with a family and then kill them all, thats just not nice.

  2. Sue Willett says:

    Well, happy late t-day to you and yours as well. As it relates to the last topic, a day of conspicuous consumption. Hope you all consumed as conpicuosly as I did:)

  3. Lilit Akilian says:

    My favorite holiday. Thank goodness for the pilgrims and Native Americans.

    I think that people often forget the point of this holiday but it’s wonderful how it brings families closer together. (Even if it’s only for one day).

  4. Rachel says:

    Thankful and forgiving, but I am not celebrating this holiday for the pilgrims or puritans, but thanking the indigenous natives for their kind nature and sharing ways. Thanks to them Pilgrim did not starve to death. Innocence and time was lost in past can never be regained, but we have a future ahead that gives a chance to reinvent and make a difference in our lives. One can be thankful to be able walk on this land called United States of America and wake up every day to the art of nature. The tradition is a reminder of what was lost and learn from our mistakes. It’s trial and error we learn from our past.

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