Why is May a Month of Gratitude?
The future of our society hinges on one thing: Raising the next generation to not just maintain our society, but to build a better version of it. When it comes to raising the next generation, there are no two things that match the importance of parenting and teaching.
WEEK TWO - Mother’s Day - MAY 8th
This year in May, you can use the 3rd and the 8th respectively to show gratitude for the teachers in your life and your mothers. You are who you are because of the people that have helped you become yourself. (And if you are a teacher or a mother – or mother figure, let me just say THANK YOU!)
WEEK THREE - National Emergency Medical Professional’s Week,
National Police Week and Armed Forces Day - MAY 21st When we walk the streets at night, we’re depending on people to keep us safe. When we see terrible things happening on the news, we’re relying on people to keep those dangers away from us. When things go wrong and we need help quickly, we hope that there’s someone there to help us. That’s why the events we celebrate during this week in May are so important. The least we can do is show our gratitude for those who keep us from harm.
WEEK FIVE - Memorial Day - MAY 30th
As a final event on May 30th, it’s important that we remember the people who have engaged in military conflicts in order to make the world a better place. Regardless of your politics, we must remember that many people have fought and lost their lives hoping to build the world which we now live in. There’s nothing more humbling than that.