I don’t remember the original source of this, but it shows a Zen Buddhist way to give thanks for a meal (interdependence and all that) (Happy Thanksgiving).
This is a page from my book, “How I Sold My Business: A Personal Diary”
I'll assume that David and George talked to the other partners over the weekend, I really don't know for sure. They didn't come back with anything by the end of the weekend, and I'm heading home for Thanksgiving tomorrow morning. I was going to ask them not to bother me over the long weekend, but it doesn't seem like that will be a problem. I don't know if they're having some problems within their group, but I'm surprised at how long it's taking for them to come back to me after our last meeting, where they seemed so happy and positive.
A friend introduced me to the movie Home for the Holidays many years ago, and it’s still the best Thanksgiving movie I know.
I saw this post on Facebook that you can have Thanksgiving dinner at the Boulder, Colorado Chatauqua Dining Hall. (Sorry, I can’t find the URL at the moment.)
A few people I’ve talked to recently who have (or had) cancer told me they can clearly remember the moment when their doctor told them that they had cancer.
In my case I do remember the conversation with the doctor, but that was more of a formality. When I picked up the phone to talk to her, I already had a pad of paper and a pencil in hand, and I was ready to write down the details she was going to tell me. Because in my case I was pretty certain that I had cancer when I saw the ultrasound results a few days earlier.