“He who thanks but with the lips Thanks but in part; The full, the true Thanksgiving Comes from the heart.” – J.A. Shedd
Even for those who don’t celebrate Thanksgiving for personal reasons, giving thanks daily is an important concept. It shows love and gratitude to the people who have supported you throughout your life. For this reason, we usually show our gratitude by giving a verbal greeting, generally in the way of saying, “thank you.”
Whether you celebrate Thanksgiving or not, it is highly effective to show thanks by making something from your own hands to reveal your gratitude to another person. By creating something rather than buying it, you show thoughtfulness and attention to detail to make something for the other person to enjoy. An excellent example of this concept is making dinner with many courses. Although it is time-consuming and you are on your feet for hours while cooking, the person receiving this gift knows how much you care for them due to the effort you have put into the meal for them. The result of making something for someone else makes everyone happy as they enjoy the homemade gift that you produced.
No matter what holiday it is, it is essential to show our gratitude to others in more ways than one. This will keep your relationships strong for years to come. Making something on your own shows your heart and care. No wonder it is widely appreciated!