By Dr. John L. Reizer
Editor at NoFakeNews.net
I write plenty of content on this blog that has to do with conspiracies, doom and gloom scenarios, off world plots being carried out by aliens, and current events that, in my opinion, threaten the security and well being of everyday people.
I don’t get paid to produce the posts that are published here. I do everything on this platform because I genuinely feel it is important to get the truth out to individuals that have a desire to know what is really happening in the world.
As we near the end of 2014, there are holidays approaching that will impact many of us. Even if we do not fully embrace specific holidays, they usually end up affecting most people in some way. In this particular post I am not going to concentrate on the hidden agendas associated with recurring celebrations. Although there are many reasons why the powers that be want people to participate in seasonal holidays, today I am going to write about far lighter things.
I want to write about the many positive things taking place in my life. In the United States, Thanksgiving is perceived by most people to be the time to give thanks for everything good that is happening to us. I feel quite fortunate that I live in a part of the world that allows my family opportunities to enjoy the nicer things in life. In many ways I have been lucky to have the material comforts that so many others do not have.
I have visited a few other countries where citizens are not afforded the benefits I have. I realize there are conspiracies everywhere and that all governments are corrupt to a large extent, but there is no better place to live, in my opinion, than the USA. I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else in the world at this point in time.
The following is what I am truly thankful for in my life:
I am thankful for having a beautiful and loving wife that has stood by my side in good and bad times. I am thankful for her patience and understanding throughout the years when I have made some unwise decisions. There is no better woman in the world that I could have chosen to spend my life with.
I am thankful for having a beautiful and healthy daughter that brings me a tremendous amount of joy and love each day. She is a wonderful human being and such a smart young woman.
I am thankful for having such loving parents and a loving brother that have stood by my side and supported me in so many ways throughout my life. There are too many people in the world that are alone or who have become detached from siblings and parents. I have not had to endure that horrible experience in my lifetime.
I am thankful for being able to work in a profession that helps people achieve a higher level of health while simultaneously affording me an opportunity to have lived comfortably for most of my adult life.
As we approach this Thanksgiving season, I am thankful that I have experienced many wonderful things in my life. Despite some bumps in the road, I have survived, unscathed, for nearly 52 years on this planet and have to honestly consider myself a very fortunate man.
I have heard others say that what doesn’t kill you will only make you stronger. In looking back at the past few years and some of the stresses I have endured, I would have to say that based on that saying I am probably approaching the strength of Superman. And for that I am truly thankful.