|TheThanksgiving Holiday is celebrated each year on the fourth Thursday of November in America. Thanksgiving is the day to express our thanks for our family, friends and the special abundance in ourlives.Let us take some time this week to thank God for bringing these peopleand these things into our lives.|
|As we express our gratitude for all the blessings showered upon us, let us also remember to pray for those who are hungry, friendless, without adequate shelter and are wanting both in need and spirit. “As Lord Krishna says in Gita, One who does not help others and keep the wheel of creation in motion by selfless service and sacrificial duty, but lives only for his own pleasures, such a person certainly leads a useless life, full of sin sand lives in vain, O Arjuna. (Gita 3.16)”|
O’ God please give me courage to share with others my resources, my thoughts, my speech and my deeds.
We are thankful to all of our treasured friends and family members who encourage, support, and offer guidance through our lives.. Even when they tell us the harsh truth or give us consequences, it is their love we often cherish. All of you have made our lives extra special. On Thanksgiving Day and every day we appreciate all of you.
|Thanks Giving is the time to share, pray and thank. Let’s light the candle, fold our hands together, sit quietly, close our eyes, fix the mind on the light of candle, and thank and pray together to God.
On Thanksgiving Day we’re thankful to God,
“Happy Thanks Giving to You and Your Loved Ones”
The Path to Anandam Team
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