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Thanksgiving – a Reflection

The Thanksgiving holiday has come to mean so many things: family, food, football. Most of all it’s a day to reflect on our gratitude for those in our lives who bring us joy and the opportunities we are afforded throughout our lives.

A thankful heart is not only the greatest virtue, but the parent of all other virtues.” Cicero

As you celebrate the day and give thanks for whatever is dear to you … family near and far, your work or the enjoyment of retirement, the support of friends, the gift of freedom, abundance of nourishment, your journey through life … reflect on the goodness. Here is some Thanksgiving trivia to help you appreciate the journey of the Thanksgiving holiday:

SOA is thankful every day for each and every one of you … our patients, our friends, our families, our vendors, our referring primary care physicians, our staff, and our charitable partnerships. Sarasota Orthopedic Associates wishes you a holiday filled with reflection, health, joy, and thankfulness.

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