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Despite the dearth of family and friends gathering in-person on Thursday, there is much to be thankful for, even during this most peculiar and anxiety-ridden year.
Great multitudes in Arlington are giving thanks to the “church for people who don’t go to church.”
“Gratitude is a garment we put on when we feel down, an elixir we imbibe when we are fatigued. Gratitude revives us, by reminding us of all we have been given.”
“Politicians will no longer have free rein to choose whoever they want to represent. Not only will citizens be part of this process for the first time in our history, but a citizen will also serve as chair of the commission itself”
A name change should not be about the shortcomings of anyone, except for the criminal elements of the Confederacy, that treasonous insurgency against our republic. It should be about our ongoing striving for “a more perfect union.”
A seasoned statesman approach apparently isn’t the course chosen by the Senate Republican majority, most of whom continue to support Mr. Trump’s insistence that the 2020 election results were rigged, and that he will be the victor when all the votes are recounted.
As home prices rise in our white-hot real estate market — and 1950s ramblers are bulldozed by luxury builders — housing activists have intensified worries over the “missing middle” of choices for the middle class.
This year will go down in history as one of the most trying and difficult in our nation’s history. There will be plenty of time to look back at what went wrong and why. This month, this week, in the spirit of Thanksgiving, I want to focus on things we in the greater Falls Church community can be thankful for.
“The people you are honoring today and your membership have something really important in common — your willingness to volunteer to make our community a better place for future generations.”