Lyons: Kids have the best attitude for gratitude
However you’re spending this Thanksgiving, chin deep in gravy-soaked carbs or preparing for retail Armageddon, hopefully you’ll reflect on the good things in your life – beyond the things that soon will overtake your refrigerator for several days.
Wise people reflect every day. That leaves the rest of us. And if you can’t find gratitude today, you really should have gotten over that Bears game by now.
Cicero said, “Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all others.” We know from history that he is wise because they named a Chicago suburb known for corruption after him. So actually, Cicero was named for a town in New York named for Marcus Tullius Cicero, but why should New York have all of the fun?
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