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Happy Thanksgiving – A Time To Give Thanks and Give Help

Thanksgiving2Whether you celebrate Thanksgiving with friends and family in your house or as a guest elsewhere, it is worth taking a moment to reflect on your good fortune and do something for those in need of better times.

Inviting an elderly neighbor who is alone on the holidays is always a kind gesture. Including those friends, neighbors and relatives who are having a rough time either financially or personally is a welcome act of kindness. Volunteering at a homeless shelter or an animal shelter is always a wonderful thing to do. Sharing your bounty this time of year is the best way of remembering that we are all part of the same human community. Some need help, some are in a position to give help. Remembering who we are as a nation, compassionate and kind Americans, is the true celebration of the Thanksgiving holiday.

Give thanks by doing small acts of kindness for others. Those acts of human caring go a long way at holiday season and throughout the year.

Enjoy your holiday and help others enjoy their holiday. Happy Thanksgiving.

Richard C. Bell is a personal injury and medical malpractice attorney in Manhattan concentrating in cases of general negligence, construction accidents, transportation accidents, wrongful death and medical malpractice. I can be reached toll free at: (877) CALL-LAW® (225-5529) or (212) 714-0988.

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