Thanksgiving is a wonderful time to celebrate the awesome things in our lives. Many people will travel long distances to share this fun holiday with family and friends. Personally, I like Thanksgiving because of the friendships, joy and love that is passed freely among best friends, family, old acquaintances and people you have not met yet.
By reflecting quietly, we realize how grateful we are for all those who have touched our lives. Some times it is an encouraging word from a stranger, that unexpected phone call, or the wanted call from someone you are missing. I especially like a tweet I received for Chris Squires, it about sums up how I feel:
@TheGratefulGolf : US or not, we ALL have a lot to be Thankful & Grateful for…tomorrow and EVERY DAY!
— Chris Squires (@chrisatgolf) November 27, 2014
I know that Thanksgiving is not solely a North American holiday. It is celebrated throughout the world and if you were wondering how, here are a couple of links to explain the significance of Thanksgiving:
- Thanksgiving Around The World
- Here’s what Thanksgiving would look like around the world
- How Thanksgiving Works
Thanksgiving is a special day. I wish you and your family all the best on this day of thanks! And if all else fails, remember:
I am a grateful golfer giving thanks!