In 2023, Thanksgiving will be celebrated on Thursday, November 23.
Thanksgiving Day is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November in the United States and Canada. It began with a shared feast of the Plymouth Pilgrims and the Wampanoag people in 1621, officially recognized by President Lincoln in 1863.
How to Celebrate Thanksgiving Day traditionally
Thanksgiving Day is a time for forgiving everyone, traveling, gathering with family and friends, hosting sumptuous dinners, and expressing gratitude. serving meals at homeless shelters, donating to shelters
what to be grateful for on Thanksgiving Day
Be grateful if your heart is still beating. If you have food on your table be grateful. Many people around the world are hungry for food every day.
It is essential to be grateful for a safe and comfortable place to live. Take some time every day to appreciate the beauty of nature and the world around you. Be grateful for the freedom to live your life according to your desires.
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