I have a list on my Twitter account (@AlienBiblical) where I keep an eye on apologists, dime store preachers, and a certain ark replica owner. I stayed away from the list during this long weekend because I don’t need to read these holier-than-thou types asking how somebody who doesn’t believe in their variations of God can possibly celebrate Thanksgiving. I can. I do. I don’t see Thanksgiving as a religious holiday since it is, in the United States, a civic holiday. I don’t need to believe in the God of the Bible or any other gods in order to be thankful.
I’m thankful for my girlfriend who is a wonderful, supportive partner through thick and thin. She’ll deny all of this, but it’s all true.
I’m thank for my family who are also supportive, loving, caring, and helpful. I can never repay them for all that they’ve done for me over the years.
I’m thankful for my job, which I absolutely love doing. I have a great boss who respects my feedback when it comes to my work environment. Also, I work by myself, which is my kind of job.
I’m thankful for those people who respect those around them. I have to assure to myself that they are in the majority.
I’m thankful for a great many things too numerous to mention here. And I want to thank all of you who have taken the time to read this and the rest of my blog. It’s a labor of something that I’m doing here, but I’m not sure what.
I would like to wish all of you a Happy Holiday season, and I will be back to posting the Bible study next week.