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Give thanks in 2020 – really? Yes, here's why grief and gratitude can co-exist
Why are more restaurants and retailers staying open on Thanksgiving?
Deuxave and Boston Chops owner and chef Chris Coombs says fewer people are having traditional holiday dinners at home and his restaurant fed over 1,000 people recently.
So whatever happened to “Happy New Year?”
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It got quarantined and socially distanced. And buried beneath a blizzard of “breaking news” — or “heartbreaking news.”
So how might we describe 2020? Stressful. Fearful. Awful.
How about thankful? Really?
HOW THIS CHICK-FIL-A OPERATOR AIMS TO CHANGE THE WORLD – ONE CHICKEN SANDWICH AT A TIME
If you’ve never been in Manhattan during a typical Christmas season, you’ll be overwhelmed by the crush of buses, taxis, oblivious drivers and herds of aggressive humans. But take an elevator to the top of the Freedom Tower and prepare for a change.
Suddenly, there’s the breathtaking big picture — the rivers, Lady Liberty in the harbor, the oasis of Central Park, the ring of bridges. That trip in the elevator can elevate your spirit because you can see the beauty above the mayhem.
That’s what giving thanks does. And in this year with so much sadness and loss, that elevation is more needed than ever.