Did you have a good Thanksgiving?
This holiday evokes different emotions among Americans. For some, it is a wonderful holiday of gratitude with family, food, friends, and fun (and football). For others, it is an exhausting event that includes extensive meal preparation, deep cleaning the house, and figuring out where everyone is going to sit for the meal. Finally, praying that everyone will get along.
Perhaps this year, due to restrictions, you could not express your gratitude in person. Regardless of circumstances, leaders persevere and give thanks even when life is not ideal. An attitude of gratitude transitions feelings into action.
“It’s one thing to be grateful. It’s another to give thanks. Gratitude is what you feel. Thanksgiving is what you do.” Tim Keller
May we bless those around us this holiday season.