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In the United States, tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day! It is a day to spend with friends, family, those whom you love. It is a day for each of us to pause and assess

"The First Thanksgiving at Plymouth"...

“The First Thanksgiving at Plymouth” (1914) By Jennie A. Brownscombe (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

our blessings and above all, to give thanks for all of it!

We should be giving thanks each and every day but the act of giving thanks and showing our gratitude are important enough to set aside a day to focus on them for the whole of the day! Gratitude and thankfulness guide us to true abundance in our lives and allows each of us to focus on the things that we do have and have had and it also helps or connection to them all, grow!

Let us assume that you received a gift from someone and they neglected to thank you for it; would you ever give them another? For us to attract more blessings that our lives have to offer we need to really appreciate what we already have and not on what we “want”.

Tomorrow I want each of you to look at the things that are right with your life. Focus on them and be grateful for what each of you has. They will grow if you appreciate them. Life will become more abundant if we focus on the abundance that we each have NOW!

As you do this, spread it around to all of those around you, all of those to whom you are connected to. Express your gratefulness with a spoken “thank you” or an act of kindness towards another human being. The same as before, the more you share it with others the more abundant our lives become.

Yes, tomorrow is a day for us all to give thanks yet so is each day. After tomorrow, make your gratitude and your abundance and your generosity a continuing part of your lives each and every day!

Tomorrow is a day to give thanks. Moreover, so is every other day. Make gratitude and abundance a continuing part of your life.

Find the positive that is within each of you and touch humanity with your gratefulness for all things.

God Bless each and every one of you and I wish each of you a very, very Happy Thanksgiving!!!

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