Let’s Celebrate Thanksgiving, This November

The world is full of hatred and selfishness. Seldom do we find sincere-hearted people around. But good deeds are still not less in the world. There are many things that we can do to show our gratitude to sincere and helpful people, and above all to the deity who gave us a name and identity in this world. With the beginning of November starts the preparation of Thanksgiving Day, followed by Christmas.

Thanksgiving celebration traditional dinner. Roasted turkey garnished with cranberries on a rustic style table decorated with pumpkins, vegetables, pie, flowers, and candles.

From times in memorial, different cultures and religions have celebrated their harvests with a Thanksgiving feast, but the version of the Pilgrim’s feast didn’t come about until the 1800s. It was during this time that roasted turkey became established in the traditional American Thanksgiving meal. Thanksgiving Day is celebrated in many countries with a little difference in traditions, history, rituals but the ultimate truth is that of Thanksgiving.

We must find the time to stop and thank the people who make a difference in our lives

John F Kennedy

Let’s Celebrate Thanksgiving, This November

Can we imagine a world where thanksgiving would be an aim than just a celebration?

But right away let’s check on Thanksgiving 2021.

1. Thanksgiving day falls on the fourth Thursday of November

2. This year it is on the 25th of November.

3. Last year it was on 26th November.

4. The date keeps on changing every year.

What is the reason behind Thanksgiving on the fourth Thursday?

Roosevelt moved the holiday up a week in an attempt to spur retail sales during the Great Depression. Roosevelt’s plan, known derisively as Franksgiving, was met with opposition, and in 1941 the president reluctantly signed a bill making Thanksgiving the fourth Thursday in November.

Let’s Celebrate Thanksgiving, This November

Truly Delicious Thanksgiving Dish

Delicious Brussels Sprouts

Ingredients

  • 1 teaspoon butter
  • 1 teaspoon olive oil
  • 12 Brussels sprouts, trimmed and thinly sliced
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • salt and pepper to taste

Directions

Instructions Checklist

  • Step 1 Heat butter and olive oil in a skillet over high heat until butter is melted and begins to brown, 1 to 2 minutes.
  • Step 2 Stir Brussels sprouts and lemon juice into butter and oil; cook, stirring constantly, until sprouts are just heated through and starting to soften, about 45 seconds. Remove from heat.
  • Step 3 Season with salt and pepper and serve.

FACTS AND MYTHS

Highlights

We all have grown singing “Mary Had a Little Lamb”. Sarah Josepha Hale who wrote this poem was also an author, and wrote for newspaper columns, insisting government make Thanksgiving Day a national holiday.

President Abraham Lincoln then designated the final Thursday of the month as Thanksgiving.

He added that the thanks were given to God to,” commend to his tender care all those who have become widows, orphans, mourners or sufferers in the lamentable civil strife” and to heal the wounds of the nation.”

In the 1620s to 30s emigrants of England carried many traditions to New England. Pilgrims and Puritans who emigrated carried the tradition of Thanksgiving with them. It was in 1619, the modern-day Thanksgiving event took place at Plymouth (MASSACHUSETTS). At Berkeley Hundred, Virginia the arrival of 38 English settlers was concluded with honor, esteem, and religious vigor, it was said that every year the day ships would pass through the assigned place at Virginia, a day will be attributed as the Thanksgiving Day to the Supreme power God.

10 QUICK TRADITIONAL DIFFERENCES OF CELEBRATION

1. This day is also related to a good harvest in some countries.
2. Canadian Thanksgiving Day is celebrated every year on the second Monday in October.
3. It was somewhere around 1578, he first Thanksgiving day of Canada was celebrated.
4. Martin Frobisher an English explorer organized Thanksgiving Day in Newfoundland, Thanksgiving was for the successful voyage to North America.
5. Têt-Trung-Thu or Trung Thu is celebrated in Vietnam they give thanks and honour their families.
6. In Germany, Erntedankfest  is the Thanksgiving Day which means to “harvest thanksgiving festival.”
7. Granada celebrates Thanksgiving annually on Oct. 25. 
8. Japan celebrates Labor Thanksgiving Day on Nov. 23 every year.
9. In South Korea Thanksgiving is known as Chuseokor as Hangawi, and is celebrated on the 15th day of the eighth month of lunar calendar.
10. In  Liberia  Thanksgiving Day is  celebrated on the first Thursday of November each year.

Let’s Celebrate Thanksgiving, This November

Be it anywhere in the world thanksgiving is an expression of love and harmony. The celebration of such a heart-warming festival is a boon for mankind. Let’s make Thanksgiving day 2021 a bliss for our nears and dears.

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