"I wrote this grace for my family on Thanksgiving," shares Judy Denk of Greenfield, Wisconsin. "It's a prayer anyone can relate to, regardless of who they are."
Thanksgiving is a time for expressing gratitude. But how can we do this if we haven't taken the time all year to know what we have to be grateful for? I challenge you all to reflect on what it really is that you are giving thanks for. Make this Thanksgiving special. Know, really know, what is valuable and precious in your life.
Take the time to express and demonstrate your Thanksgiving. Quick! The moment will be gone, and you may not have another opportunity. Then, all you will have are regrets. This gathering is special. Know it, feel it and be grateful for it.