on Thanksgiving

There are a lot of emotionally healthy reasons for learning to be thankful and grateful in life. That may be fairly easy in the United States, since life can be so good in so many ways, but it can be done by anyone regardless of their situation. Victor Frankl’s book on finding meaning in life is a remarkable testimony to that fact.

I have a lot to be thankful for, which is what I’m going to spend the day thinking about. I hope whatever your current feelings about the state of affairs in your place in the world, you’ll be able to enjoy at least some time today with people you care about, being grateful for the good things in your life.

Happy Thanksgiving Day.



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