It may be hard to feel grateful and thankful on the eve of 2020’s Thanksgiving. This is a time when people face so much fear and grief. There is the coronavirus pandemic consuming over 2,000 Americans a day and the ensuing economic disaster. The Lincoln Project just shows us who they thank.
A simple melody plays under the poignant photographs of Americans across the nation who touch our lives in some way. Then, the Lincoln Project names why these people are so important. At a time when we feel so alone, we realize that we are part of a community of dedicated Americans. Their gifts to us may be large or small. And suddenly, we realize that we too are doing our part, large or small.
The Lincoln project is thankful for:
People Who Wear Masks.
People Who Stay Home on Holidays.
Kamala and Joe.’
Here is one of The Lincoln Project’s most beautiful pieces:
‘The Lincoln Project Gives Thanks’
‘The Lincoln Project Gives Thanks pic.twitter.com/LLvEywSC2f
— The Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln) November 26, 2020′
Twitter world went wild over this really wonderful tweet of thanks. Take a look at some of our favorites below:
Thank you for your service thank you for your sacrifice and I personally thank you for being you. You will go down in history as the heroes Who took on a deadly virus with no regrets you are truly America’s best pic.twitter.com/9PVr183PVR
— New Beginning America First (@9monthsyourgone) November 26, 2020
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