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"As it may be truly said - of all the days for MAN'S opportunity, of man's making, of man's concern - TRULY Thanksgiving should be nearer and dearer to the hearts of those who are appreciative of Life and its opportunities, under ANY experience!" Cayce (3976-21)



"The building of self, mentally and morally, truthfully and spiritually, comes then from within. The lesson then, a presentation to body, [900], of the spirit of thanksgiving from others to self, sacrificing of self in the spirit of helpfulness to others in service and in self." Cayce (900-110)

"Then remember, Thanksgiving is thy OPPORTUNITY to show thy appreciation to thy friend, thy home, thy mother, thy children - yea, most of all to thy God!" Cayce (3976-21)

"In this land [America] ye may give praise for freedom of speech, for the opportunities to raise thy voice in whatever way and manner ye choose... Then, as ye give thanks, as ye give praise to thy friends for kindnesses, for gentlenesses, for those things that make thy experience more bearable in a cruel world... Let thy heart then be glad. Keep then that Day in praise, in thanksgiving, in such ways, such a manner that ye show to thy conscience that what ye worship as thy God is aware of thy appreciation of life!" Cayce (3976-21)

My Thanksgiving message to you all is to believe in that eternal justice through which that which is real abides and that, which is in the nature of pretense, vanishes. Every loyal obedience to the inner call of duty, every attempt at speaking bravely the thing that is within one's own heart, every attempt to utter kindness and goodwill brings us into connection with the whole history of the upward movement of the world. One who thus faces life has no fear of putting forth, to the full, all the power that is within. [Harvey Spencer Lewis, founder of Rosicrucian Order AMORC]

See Also

Giving-Regiving
Gratitude
principle of re-giving
Self
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