11/21/07

Gratitude

To all of my US subscribers & friends - wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving.


Enjoy this one on Gratitude.


"Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life.
It turns what we have into enough, and more.
It turns denial into acceptance, chaos into order,
confusion into clarity....
It turns problems into gifts,
failures into success,
the unexpected into perfect timing,
and mistakes into important events.
Gratitude makes sense of our past,
brings peace for today
and creates a vision for tomorrow."
-- Melodie Beattie



*Thanksgiving Day, is a traditional North American holiday to give thanks at the conclusion of the harvest season. Thanksgiving is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November in the United States and on the second Monday of October in Canada.

On this day people express gratitude to God for his blessings and give thanks to dear ones for their love & support. Feasting with family is an integral & most delightful part of Thanksgiving Day celebrations.

4 comments:

jk said...

Thanksgiving by usually making a big meal with family and or friends and giving thanks for what we have been given. This tradition dates back to the time of the early English settlers and the American Indians.

Babu said...

good posting!!! I am not sure about GOD. People are everything, GOD devil, whatever sorts it come.

So, let's thank to all human beings who love peace, solidarity and respect humanity.
babu

T.R.Bhatta said...

Archana ji
nice blog but i dont think this is right time to post such things in blog. Views abt our country or say any idea to overcome the political deadlock may suit the blog.
if not interested in such matter then why don't u post abt the culture of nepal. Nepal is not poor in cultural diversity. This post is not important for us nor it help us at any juncture of life. Are u willing us to follow the western culture…………

T.R.Bhatta said...

Archana ji
nice blog but i dont think this is right time to post such things in blog. Views abt our country or say any idea to overcome the political deadlock may suit the blog.
if not interested in such matter then why don't u post abt the culture of nepal. Nepal is not poor in cultural diversity. This post is not important for us nor it help us at any juncture of life. Are u willing us to follow the western culture…………