Keys to Unhappiness and Thanksgiving

Want to be miserable, resentful, and bitter? Few people do, and yet many people are. Why? Because many people have the one primary character trait that leads to unhappiness. And you need to avoid it. Nationally syndicated talk show host Dennis Prager explains

Now if this was interesting, check out another on Thanksgiving:

Tulsa Today staff are enjoying the Thanksgiving Holiday.  We thank God and America for our freedom and the opportunity to share good times with family and friends.  Enjoy dear reader and feel free add your personal blessing or thanks or anything you may be grateful for in the comments section below, then get back to enjoying the Holiday.

On the other hand, if you would like to read more, contrast this presentation on Thanksgiving with the recent Tulsa City Council decision that discards Oklahoma’s history in a trendy politically correct effort to do away with Christopher Columbus Day (Click here for that story.)

2 thoughts on “Keys to Unhappiness and Thanksgiving

  1. admin Post author

    Deal with it how often? We have published the story in detail here, the publisher has also done the same in print before we went online and it has been published elsewhere over and over and over again. There was a war. Black and White killed. Deal with that.

  2. stan

    Speaking of politically correct–forget the council’s effort to do away with Columnbus day. Let’s deal with the fact that many in Tulsa won’t acknowledge the 1921 Tulsa Race Riot, which resulted in the city government’s wholesale murder of a town full of people of color.
    Deal with telling the truth about that….

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