With just a few hours left of this long weekend of gratitude highlighting Thanksgiving 2017, I give thanks to you and yours who have been a part of my life yesterday, today, and will still be here tomorrow. Above all else, I’m grateful for God’s design of humanity, and giving me so many glorious choices of people to connect with.
In my real life, I am thankful to be blessed with amazing people, from family and friends, to receptive and stubborn students and talented proteges, to saints and enemies. I believe I get to learn something from everyone I meet.
I wonder how much people learn from one another. A good teacher must ponder this. How inspirational can one person be? I think an individual can touch one as well as a multitude of others in a volume of ways that aren’t even explained. There is a true interconnection among people.
In my cyber world of blogging and social media, I am grateful for your positive posts, comments, and your willingness to share a slice of your life with me. Your pictures, quotes, shares, tags, and videos inspire me to stay connected with others in this venue.
I am grateful for all who have invested his and her time in me and value my friendship.
Can you hear the theme song from the classic show Golden Girls?
Thank you for being a friend
Traveled down the road and back again
Your heart is true; you’re a pal and a confidant.
And if you threw a party
Invited everyone you ever knew
You would see the biggest gift would be from me
And the card attached would say thank you for being a friend.
It doesn’t matter what age group you’re in; I thank you for being my friend and for giving honest attention to me and my family in this digital era where our communication is both weakened and strengthened, depending on the situation. God bless us, everyone. Have a day you dreamed of.
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Enjoyed your post. Yes, the internet can be a great way to connect with people and try to influence change. This is an idea I am trying to spread this holiday season. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hidlnk1NC10&t=7s If you like it, please share it. Thanks, Rita