Sad to see shopping edge out gratitude

I hope I’m not the only one noticing how Thanksgiving is put in a smaller box each year — now it’s Black Friday instead. Shows the decline of our generation in what they think is more important. When it use to be thanking Almighty God for what he gives us — our health, home, food, jobs, family. Now it seems like we thank each other instead of what God gives us. This is so sad, hope the Herald’s readers take time to thank God for what they have.

Happy Thanksgiving.

Mary Storz


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