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Thanksgiving and being thankful are a world apart

Dear Editor,
With Thanksgiving Day on the horizon I’d like to put forth something to think about.
Thanksgiving is a day in which we pause to give thanks. Why do we do this? Why do we take a day out of our lives to be thankful?
The tradition began with the Pilgrims who traveled to the New World of America. They were thankful for their new land and their new home.
The world we live in today has taken this historical teaching and tells us that we should be thankful for all we have. This is not a bad ...

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