Have empathy and compassion for those who are less fortunate than yourself. After all, holidays should highlight gratitude, love and unity above all else.
Finding things that companion you can be a great way to practice the theme of Thanksgiving season. Gratitude can be a companion rather than a commandment.
The root of metta must begin by instilling in yourself the strength, support and loving-kindness that you will then draw upon to bless others.
Bhujangasana teaches us that it's not enough to live in contentment. Though contentment is vital, discontentment can also administer sage counsel.
With time and care, eventually the alchemical balms of forgiveness and gratitude arise, healing the wounds with scars that make us stronger.