Worldwide Gratitude   Leave a comment

$ dreamstime_7479511In the United States, Thanksgiving is usually identified with a traditional, national celebration. It’s an essential feature of the nation’s historical heritage, with understandably special meaning for its citizens. The celebration is also a deliberate focus of thought on gratitude for God’s goodness.  Australia doesn’t have a designated “Thanksgiving Day” on its calendar. … As an Australian, I give gratitude each day for the fact that God is always with us. It’s a moment-by-moment activity. I listen prayerfully to the good thoughts that divine Love is always communicating to me. And I’m sure that I’m not the only citizen doing this.  Read more …

This article, Worldwide Gratitude, was originally published in the Christian Science SentinelNovember 22, 2004.  It is currently available through JHS-Online.

Posted November 19, 2013 by cscanberra in Gratitude

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