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Reasons to be Thankful

Posted by Larry Doyle on November 25, 2009 12:54 PM |

With offices emptying out and people headed home or off to visit relatives for the traditional Thanksgiving feast, we are left to pause and reflect.

Personally,  I immensely enjoy quiet time when I can both reflect and project. Where have we been and where are we going? How are we going to get there? Who will we meet along the way? How can we most effectively navigate the economic landscape in the process? Have we ever lived through such a challenging period? The ability to think about a wide array of topics and share my feelings with readers here at Sense on Cents is both tremendously gratifying and humbling.

The fact that you are willing to share your feelings back with me is even more humbling and deeply appreciated.

While I am most thankful for my family and all that they mean to me, I am also extremely grateful to all those who take the time to read my work.

I wish you safe travels if you are taking to the roads over this holiday and a truly blessed Thanksgiving.


  • TeakWoodKite

    Best wishes to you and yours Larry.

  • coe

    Right back at you and yours, LD…for my two cents, our many freedoms and blessings are surely partly a result of accident of birth, our parents’ thoughtful guidance, our own ethics and decisions made/decisions avoided, and of course the fact that we live in this wonderful country…sometimes it just is too easy to be overly focused on the negative and the problems and challenges … Thanksgiving is a great day to reflect on the positive – and the big three blessings of faith, family, and friendship…toss in good health for good measure…all of which transcend things material – Happy Thanksgiving indeed!

  • TeakWoodKite

    OT: an interesting article on Energy
    Energy and gep-politics

  • kbdabear

    Uh-oh… World markets took a big bath due to COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE debt defaults by Dubai

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