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Social Musings 101: Gratefulness and Thankfulness

Today, before you jump out of bed to fly down the street to this destination or that. Be thankful that you have eyes to see, ears to hear, a mouth too communicate, and a hear that beats. If you have transportation then be thankful for the people that people your vehicle together so that it can run. If you ride public transportation then be thankful for the people that daily maintain the bus to assure that all of it’s passengers arrive at their destination safely….on that note..live your life and be thankful.


Social Musings 101: Thankful

So today is a good day, no a great day. Well either way in spite of circumstances your life becomes what you make it to be. So keep on doing what you do and enjoy the life that you live. You only got want so make the most of it and be thankful for all of life’s experiences. Be thankful today. Be Thankful.

~Jamaal R. James

Social Musings 101

People Who Have Contributed to Society

So with the Happy Turkey Day just right around the corner the person or persons we take our hat off to are the people who created the chair. So according to Wikipedia the chair got its origins in Egypt. The chair wasn’t sat in and commonly available for regular peopleĀ until the 16th century. The chair was a sign of royalty. Only royal people and the exclusive or rich were allowed to sit in chairs. Really? Yes. Really. So I provided a link in this article that will give you more information about the history of chairs. But when you’re stuffing your face with turkey going gobble gobble (and not from the turkey) as your bottom sits and rests….thank all the men and women before you who contributed to that comfort that you enjoy today and probably take for granted. I just got a thought that would be so hilarious if we didn’t have the idea for a chair but we all had to stand at gatherings dinners and restaurants as we ate. That would be so hilarious. Well enjoy your day night or evening once again. Click the link to read more about the people who have contributed to society by building chairs.