In the midst of economic turmoil, today, the typical American households celebrate the happiest day of the year, the Thanksgiving Day. It is a day to acknowledge the kindness of people around us and life in general. The sense of gratitude is magnified and radiated. It is a day to reminisce the good things that happened in the past year, and be thankful of the bad things that make us stronger. Families gather. Families laugh together. This is what Thanksgiving Day is.
What started as a fellowship of the native Americans and the English colonist in 1621 has become a hundred-of-years of tradition. Truly, up to this days, the thrust to keep the harmony and love alive has prevailed. Thanks to a day of celebration.