This past week, we were able to celebrate the Thanksgiving Holiday here in the United States. I had the opportunity of spending time with those I love the most, my family.
I am so thankful for a beautiful and loving wife, and four unique and awesome children. I am also thankful for a great son-in-law and a beautiful and perfect grandson. I hope that each of you were able to take the opportunity of expressing your appreciation to those who you are most thankful for in your lives. We have so much in our lives that we take for granted. Expressing gratitude is a very cleansing experience.
Two quotes really stuck out in my mind this week:
“There is no medicine like hope, no incentive so great, and no tonic so powerful as expectation of something better tomorrow.”
- Orison Marden
No matter how bad things may seem during those difficult seasons, winters, of our lives, there is always the possibility of a better day tomorrow. In the musical “Annie” the lead character sings, “The sun will come out tomorrow”. This is always something that we can control. Are we preparing to experience a better day tomorrow? Are we planning for a better future? We are living in a time of financial insecurity. Are we approaching the days ahead with an attitude of scarcity? Or are we taking control and creating our own economy? This was Ron’s message in our recent corporate call. We tr...