Hey friends, I hope you had a great Thanksgiving. If you missed my big pre-holiday announcement about my new book, click here.
Today is “Cyber Monday,” which means that in all likelihood, if you aren’t reading blogs and Facebook at work, you’re scouring the internet for crazy sales.
Of course, we all know that Black Friday really started on Thursday. And we complained about stores destroying our holidays. We lamented our sacred traditions being stolen by capitalism. But then we bum-rushed the doors Thursday night, right after we finished giving “thanks.”
But what makes a tradition sacred? How can tradition be destroyed by anyone?
Maybe we just need to create a new holiday to commemorate what is really sacred to us.