“Thanksgiving Day is a jewel, to set in the hearts of honest men, but be careful that you do not take the day and leave out the gratitude.” – E.P. Powell
Thanksgiving Day is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November each year. It is a holiday that dates back to colonial times. The original pilgrim s celebrated the autumn harvest with a feast of thanksgiving. The festival popularly known as the "first Thanksgiving feast" was held in 1621 as a gesture of thanks to God. After the United States gained independence, Congress recommended an annual day of national thanksgiving to commemorate peace and gratitude.
Thanksgiving is the perfect time to thank for all the good things in life and recognize the good actions of people. It is one of the most celebrated holidays in the country. This year you can make a difference and show how thankful you are by embracing a few environmentally friendly tips that you will find following this link.