Dwight Watt - Watt Thoughts #398 11/26/2020

#398 - Happy Thanksgiving (Watt Thoughts)

Have a safe and happy Thanksgiving.

Let us remember the things we can be thankful for today. It has been a difficult and different year, but we can still be thankful today. The Pilgrims had almost all starved to death the year of the first Thanksgiving and with the help of the Indians/Native Americans had learned to grow crops that thrived in North America and were thankful for what they had and those that survived. So it was a difficult and different year for them also. The Native Americans had experienced the same that year being difficult and different as these different people who may not always been willing to listen and learn on how to get and grow food differently, were now in their midst.



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