In America today, families are gathering to enjoy a turkey dinner with all the trimmings. Three, and often more, generations will relish each other’s company and give thanks for being together.
Our Young Living family has much to be grateful for. We continue to share the gift of health and wellness with friends and acquaintances. As more and more people learn how essential oils and supplements support and enhance health, our global presence continues to grow with new markets opening in Canada, Germany, and Hong Kong this year. How grateful I am for you and your hard work that has resulted in setting global sales records for August, September, and October!
Mary and I are grateful for the dedication and enthusiasm of Young Living distributors who are taking the message of health and prosperity to those who are discouraged and downhearted. One story, one testimonial, one message of hope at a time, we are changing darkness into light.
I have always believed that a grateful person is a happy person—that challenges and setbacks are just opportunities to grow! Wherever you are, whether this day is a holiday to you or not, take the time to give thanks to your Maker for all that you are and have.
I ran across the most wonderful quote by a blogger named Lisa Ladrido of Mombloggerbuzz.com. Lisa suffers from dysautonomia, a disease of the autonomic nervous system. Her words have double meaning for us all. “May your days be filled with Abundance, Joy and Gratitude to God, for all the gifts you have received and have yet to receive!”