As we gather together to count the Lord’s blessings on this 370th celebration of Thanksgiving, we should be thankful, despite the sea of troubles across the globe, and economic and social problems at home . . .

. . . for harvests and harpists and hearths, for heart surgery, harmonicas, harp seals and health. No Thanksgiving ever celebrated a world without care.

. . . for silicon chips and software, for sunshine and showers and shopping and sales, for Shakespeare and shallots and schools. For the roller-skate revival and the wall coming down, for blue jeans that fade and dreams that don’t, we thank Thee, Lord.

. . . for progress and proms and promotions, for prosciutto and prunes and…

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