In The Netherlands and Germany (where I currently live) we don’t have or do Thanksgiving Day. At least not to my knowledge 😉 However, I know many of my followers are from the States and I wish all a wonderful day. Trying to catch up again at the blogs/websites of all the Beautiful Souls I follow, I came across two post I thought worthwhile sharing.
First this quote by Mr. Henry Ford seems to me very appropriate:
Tanya Cliff wrote an amazing piece: profound and thought-provoking and absolutely a must read:
With Reservation – Revisited
“Words do not pay for my dead people.”
Shall we talk
awhile while we travel the miles
you will be
graciously confined to
Let us all be inspired by Henry and be grateful for life.
Read Tanya’s post and let’s “get it right”.
Be thankful for each other, all of our neighbors.
Thanks for sharing. Here is a link to our Australian “Thanksgiving” Celebration from 2004 – https://successisyou.blogspot.com/2017/11/flashback-celebrating-thanksgiving-in.html
My pleasure. Will visit the link soon.
I think Ford called it correctly with that one. And thanks for sharing Tanya’s post as well Patty – it’s a powerful and much needed perspective.
My pleasure, dear Deborah. Thank you for ‘visiting’ again 🙂 XxX
Beautiful post Patty
Thank you, dear Manuel. XxX
My pleasure Patty, always