You will have a lot of turkey and fixings leftover from Thanksgiving.That is, if you are a US citizen who just engaged in the national pastime of overindulging and gorging that occurs every November (don’t get me started on Black Friday!).
That’s a generalization, but it fits most people in the United States. This, of course, does not take into account the homeless and the poor. Some of them will get fed if they’re lucky; others not. They will not have the luxury of what I’m about to discuss.
The “normal” United States family will have way too much food. They will slog through these leftovers in a variety of different ways, rarely eating the turkey in the same way twice: turkey sandwiches, Turkey Divan, Turkey meatballs, Turkey soup, turkey pot pie, and many other” inventions” to disguise the Turkey after Thanksgiving.
What can we learn from this?
Grandma and mom and our ancestors understood to how to utilize what they had before them, until it was nothing but bones– and even then, they found use for the bones.
Creative? You bet!
So… In your life you’re given something, or you’ve developed it; you used the top yummy/sexy layers: do you discard what you have left, or do you look at all the possibilities and all the different ways that you can alter this for your future benefit?
How many doors remained closed because you did not see you have the creative means to open them?
Think creatively in all things!!!
By The Way…the homeless are homeless year round, not just on Thanksgiving and Christmas or Chanukah or Kwanza or…
Peace on earth and goodwill to all men should be 12 months a year,
not just one designated month so you can get presents and feel good about yourself.
We need to think and do for others all year round.