This year I had all my guests sing a few Thanksgiving songs before they could leave my house. It’s part of our culture. We all make a difference in defining our culture for ourselves as well as those around us. While any of my guests could have chosen to leave, my gentle pressure encouraged them to stay and as a result, we all had a happier day. Likewise, you can use your influence to change the direction of policies for the better. When government makes decisions, it will ultimately reflect the will of the people who exercise their influence. The one who hosts the dinner gets to pick the songs we sing. We the people, are hosting, sponsoring and financing our government.
What you can do:
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A Little Bit of Humor
Black Friday Wisecrack
Picture this, it was just after Thanksgiving, and the judge was in a happy mood. He asked the prisoner who was in the dock, ‘What are you charged with?’
The prisoner replied, ‘Doing my Christmas shopping too early’.
‘That’s no crime’, said the judge. ‘Just how early were you doing this shopping?’
‘Before the shop opened’, answered the prisoner.