For Buddhism, the Thanksgiving is not only in the spirit of the four-year Feast, but the Buddha’s son must always remember and repay his favor: to the parents, to the sentient beings, to the nation, and to the Triple Jewel. We are grateful to sentient beings, including the people and nations of the United States who have conceived us, who have allowed us to inherit precious spiritual legacies such as democracy and freedom, as well as public amenities. material. When we eat corn or rice, we remember the cultivators when we drive safely on the highway, fly in the air quickly, or take boats on the highways, without remembering. The tax contributions of the previous generations have created this massive nation. Each of us, whether we like it or not, needs each other, all of which are mutually related, so we must live with each other’s gratitude.