Historically, Thanksgiving had roots in religious and cultural tradition. And, if they do, who do they give thanks? The picture attached here shows the "Then & Now" before meals, which is quite true.
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Thanks MizBejabbers! I will check out that hub of yours. Meanwhile, if I may ask, are you still a practicing Christian, who celebrate Thanksgiving (and Christmas) based on its origin and cultural tradition or simply celebrating just because?
I left mainstream Christianity to pursue what to me is a more satisfying spirituality. I still follow the teachings of Christ, but not the teachings of Paul and his church. Yes, we still love and celebrate Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Thank you MzBejabbers! I really do appreciate your expanded answers.
Thank you joanwz. Appreciate your input.
Of course, no one wants to be hungry. (: Thanks for the input.
Thanks for your feedback nightwork. Accordingly thanksgiving had roots in religious and cultural tradition way back then. However, the modern society apparently changed it and hence it is now celebrated the way we want it to be. Thanks again.