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    As the Jewish New Year comes around this weekend, Rosh Hashanah, it is important to reflect on what we are grateful for. Even if you are not of the Jewish faith, you can still reflect on this.  This holiday represents the celebration of God’s creation of the world. It begins with being grateful for this creation, where humans are living since the days of Adam and Eve.

    If more of us were grateful for 3 things everyday, I believe the world would appreciate what we do have, rather than what we don’t have today.  Yes, this past year has added stress to our lives from COVID, as well as erratic weather patterns, including massive fires.  I truly believe that if each human being worked together and appreciated each other rather than argue, fight, riot, steal, kill one another we would all be in a much more peaceful place externally and internally. Then, if there was more peace and kindness, I do believe that Mother Nature, would stop fighting back with so much destruction that has been caused in the past few years.  We must work together and re-unite as a whole, if not for us, then for our children.

    What can you do today to help support others, such as a friend, neighbor or family member?

    What 3 things are you grateful for each day?  I suggest writing in a journal and reflecting on what is written.

    What can you do to help bring back kindness, peace and love into our world?

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