Togetherness in Thanksgiving

Togetherness in Thanksgiving

In the United States Thanksgiving is celebrated every Thursday at the fourth week in November. While in Canada Thanksgiving at lively every month and a half before the second Monday in October.

Thanksgiving is almost the same as Lebaran day in Indonesia. Indonesian people’s tradition during the celebration of Lebaran is mudik as well as America at the time of Thanksgiving also doing homecoming.

At Thanksgiving the American community is gathering together, praying together while enjoying a meal together. The food served on the occasion is a special Thanksgiving meal that is not left behind is turkey meat.

Thanksgiving is an annual public holiday celebrated by people in the United States and Canada. The celebration is to celebrate the harvest and other blessings gained from last year. Thanksgiving has its roots in religious traditions, but today Thanksgiving is celebrated as a secular holiday by American society.

The tradition of Thanksgiving has begun since the XVII century, but this Thanksgiving event is celebrated on a date with varying popularity among celebrated countries.

Thanksgiving is a national tradition first proclaimed on November 26, 1789 by George Washington.

While the contemporary date is celebrated every fourth Thursday in November set in 1941 by federal law.
Togetherness in Thanksgiving
Basically Thanksgiving is a great time to be grateful and appreciative of what you already have.

At Thanksgiving is a perfect time for families to meet, socialize and even enjoy togetherness in a company with each other, this celebration is sometimes the only chance in a year to enjoy togetherness.