We all know that when it comes to gifts, we should thank those who survived and give thanks to those who made it.
In fact, thanksgiving has been the holiday season for years now, and thanksgiving is an opportunity to thank the survivors and their families.
In our tradition of giving thanks, I am here to share with you three ways to give thanks and to celebrate the life of a survivor.
Give a Gift of Awareness.
When we have a new Survivor, a new parent, or a new friend we want to thank them for their hard work and their life experiences.
We know that these people are making a difference, so we can give them a little bit of our attention, our love, and our appreciation.
But there is a way to make sure we give more attention to those we love.
A Survivor, for example, can be someone we are thankful for all the time, but maybe not so much for their positive contributions to the community or their contributions to our lives.
We can give the Survivor a little piece of our minds and our soul.
Letting them know that our gratitude for their efforts has been genuine and sincere is a powerful reminder that we are grateful.
We are grateful for all of their hard efforts, their kindness, their sacrifice, their courage, and their courage in standing up to adversity.
If we don’t give that to them, they may not have a clue what we mean when we say “thank you.”
If we give them that little bit, they will realize that we care about them.
Celebrate the Life of a Survivor.
The best way to give a Survivor a gift of awareness is to make them feel like the survivor they are.
We need to show them that we understand their struggle, that we know that they have been through things they could not imagine.
The more they understand that we love them, the more they will care and understand.
If you know a Survivor or a loved one, please tell them that their life has changed the lives of millions of people in their community, and to keep doing the work of helping others.
We must continue to be grateful to them for the great work they have done.
Offer a Gift for Survivors.
We should not forget that the Survivor is also an important part of the human family.
When people of color are victims of violence or oppression, we must always remember that they are not alone.
We owe it to them to make their lives easier, to give them our support and to help them through the difficult time ahead.
The people who make the biggest difference in our lives must be remembered and honored.
If there are no survivors in our community, it’s not a tragedy if we are all just grateful that there are survivors out there.