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“Cultivate the habit of being grateful for every good thing that comes to you, and to give thanks continuously. And because all things have contributed to your advancement, you should include all things in your gratitude.” -Ralph Waldo Emerson

If you’re reading this, thanks.

Thanks for taking valuable time out of your day to listen to what I have to say.

Thanks for allowing me to be a part of your story and thanks for being a part of mine.

Sometimes I’m fortunate enough to write things that move people in a positive way. I’m grateful for all of you who’ve taken the time to let me know when I’ve had such an effect on you.

No one owes me their attention or constructive feedback. Yet, when I’m privileged enough to receive it, I am always grateful.

Thank you for that.

Tomorrow I plan to enjoy a day off work while I celebrate Thanksgiving with my wife and a few friends from college.

It’s going to be a good time. I’ve already made up my mind.

Whatever you have planned, I hope it’s a good time as well.

And here’s today’s two cents:

Give thanks by giving others something to be thankful for. Whether you celebrate the holiday of Thanksgiving or not, take advantage of every possible excuse for expressing appreciating and inspiring others to do the same.


T.K. Coleman

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  1. Yes, we have much to be grateful for.

    Waking up in the morning to a new day.

    Driving my car.

    That first cup of coffee as close as the
    nearest drive-thru. Their friendly faces.

    A green light instead of red.

    Family and friends.

    The stars at night.



    And thank you, T.K., for this very
    thought-provoking blog.

    Warm Regards to all.

    1. Warmest regards to you too, Alana. I enjoyed reading your ode to gratitude. I appreciate all our stimulating dialogues. Thanks for taking the time for those. I genuinely do enjoy them. Cheers!

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