First, there is the question of recognizing what to be thankful for. Taking the time to step away from a busy life and really seeing what we should be
grateful is a process that many do not have the chance to do.
Then there is the question of where to address those thanks. While thanking Linus Torvalds for the Linux kernel is a straighforward proposition, being
grateful for family and friends seems to imply a higher plane to send such gratitude.