As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them. — John F. Kennedy
On this Thanksgiving Day in the United States, we want to express our heartfelt gratitude to our readers and contributors for taking this truth-seeking journey with us at Activist Post.Without your interest in this blog and your hunger to share vital information with your friends and family, we would not exist.
On a personal level, we are so grateful for all that you teach us through your comments, emails, and article contributions. Your dedication to the principles of peace, liberty, and love are indeed making the world a better place.
On a broader level we are deeply grateful to witness the great awakening that is taking place around the world. However empowering, we know that sometimes awakening to lies and deceit can be painful and produce anger. But it’s important that we all take time to be grateful even for this phase because it leads us to a better place.
We’re convinced that feeling grateful everyday, even for the difficulties we face, will accelerate the awakening as well as the solutions. Gratitude is that powerful! But it’s not just what we feel about the information, but what we do with it that’s important.
As you gather with your families today, we know it’s tempting to blitz them with information and political discussions in hopes of awakening them. As we all know, you can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make them drink. Instead, just try to give them enough to think about and encourage them to seek the answers on their own.
Most of all, enjoy yourself and the bounty of food you are blessed to have. If you can help others less fortunate than yourself, please do. It’s not often that we can directly witness the world becoming a better place, but by helping others in need you’ll have a front row seat.
Again, from the bottom of our hearts, thank you and Happy Thanksgiving!
Activist Post Staff