Letter from the President – November 2018
The holiday season is a wonderful time to give thanks for all we have to be thankful for, including the Red Sox winning the World Series (sorry Yankee fans).
I thought sharing this article about Alex Cora, the Red Sox first year manager who won a World Series this year, was a wonderful reminder of how giving and being helpful to others should be such an important part of our daily lives.
At a time of signing his contract to become the returning Red Sox manager – by all means – a rightful time to be inwardly looking and self-centered to get the best deal he could – Alex Cora looked to help others in his native Island of Puerto Rico. Very touching and worth the read.
It is almost daily we see suffering on the news and in our communities, from the horrific events of shootings across our country and the out of control wild fires in CA, we all should send our thoughts and energy to these victims.
We are grateful for what we do have, and, it’s from this place of gratitude, where we can help others in times of need. I hope you enjoy the next several weeks enjoying family and friends and find a way to help someone else out who may need something within your ability to do so.