Something to think about this year

I have a roof over my head and I am thankful.

I have clean clothes on my back and I am thankful.

I eat multiple times a day and I am thankful.

I have an education and I am thankful.

I have opportunities to earn a living and I am thankful.

I have a safe neighborhood to live in and I am thankful.

I have reliable transportation and I am thankful.

I have smooth streets to drive on and I am thankful.

I have a government that is not insolvent and I am thankful.

I have no fear of landslides and I am thankful.

I have study ground to walk on and I am thankful.

I have a job and so do most of my countrymen and I am thankful.

I have a clean bill of health and I am thankful.

I am wealthy by the worlds standards and I am thankful.

I have a home built of sturdy materials and I am thankful.

I have parents who are alive and well and I am thankful.

I have a brother and a sister who are alive and well and I am thankful.

I have warm water for bathing and I am thankful.

I have shoes on my feet and I am thankful.

I have a street that is clean and trash-free and I am thankful.

I do not have cholera, malaria, or AIDs and I am thankful.

I do not have to fear hurricanes and I am thankful.

I do not have to pick up the rubble from an earthquake and I am thankful.

I am not the world’s castaway and I am thankful.

I do not have worry about riots and I am thankful.

I am not living in the presence of armed foreign soldiers and I am thankful.

I do not have to dig friends out of piles of cinder blocks and I am thankful.

I do not have to bury my family in mass graves and I am thankful.

I am not a news story and I am thankful.

I know God and I am thankful.

I am living and I am thankful.

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  2. Me too!!!!!! Loved it!!!

  3. My additions:
    I have freedom to come and go as an American woman. I am valued as a “whole” person, not just as a piece of property to be used by someone. I have multitudes of choices in multitudes of ways…I could go on and on.
    Thanks for your list!!

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