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Giving Thanks – November 30

01 Dec

On this last day of the month of Thanksgiving, I go back to faith. I believe in religious freedom, with one requirement – that the religion have peace as a core value. For me, it is Christianity. There is always much to learn no matter your religion. The lessons are endless, which is why my dad was still attending Sunday School in his 70’s.

There is a Greek saying that I hope I get right (or at least close) “Vocatus atque non vocatus, Deus aderit” which effectively means “Bidden or not, God is present”.

Thank you for enduring these 30 days of thankfulness.

On to December tomorrow: May your Christmas be merry and bright! And may the reason for the season be at the center.

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