November is a good month to slow down and take a breather before the holidays. Take stock of all the positive things that have occurred throughout the other months of the year.
Next week a harvest of food and nourishment will grace the tables of many households. Family and friends will travel from near and far to celebrate Thanksgiving Day, a November holiday that is uniquely American. Canadian’s big feast day is in October.
Whether you live in a country that celebrates Thanksgiving Day or not, anyone can live in a constant state of thanksgiving. An attitude of gratitude has no beginning and no end and you can live it every day. It’s a healthy way to harvest and Count your blessings one by one.