Integrating Gratefulness. (A Thanksgiving Special)
When we think of Thanksgiving Day, these images will
automatically come to mind; roast turkey, pumpkin pie, watching
football with family, perhaps the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade?
But the most important element of this Season, lest we forget, is how
harmony, tranquility, and faith prevailed for the Nation. We take a
break and slow down for a while in order for us to reflect and remind
ourselves that there is so much to be grateful for.
When we look at a finished house, we first notice the vivid colors, the
fine shape and design of the estate, we immediately love how flawless
it is, even without knowing how the foundation was built. We look past
the construction process, we forget that it is the most important thing,
that without it, there would not even be anything to admire.
The framework of the house, its architecture and framework tend to be
overlooked, we thought these are just little things but in the end they
add up to be the focal point and become the most important thing
later on, sometimes we do not remember that until it is too late.
This season of the year gives us a chance to remember to say thanks to
people, especially from those who do not hear it from us very often: