Thanksgiving is one of the American holidays that I love the most. Only a handful of other countries have their own Thanksgiving holiday (go Canada!) so it’s special to America in a sense. But while there are legitimate concerns about the colonialist nature of the United States’ Thanksgiving history, the core aspect of its modern commemoration—thankfulness—remains unassailable in its virtue.
As I reflect this Thanksgiving on that virtue, I feel inspired. 2020 as a whole has been a tremendous challenge for everyone around the world. Millions of people have died from the Coronavirus pandemic, with over 250,000 in the United States alone, and millions more have dealt with the grief of lost loved ones, livelihoods, and the experiences that make life so precious.
This year, I found it difficult to feel grateful...initially. Then, after a little reflection, I felt overwhelming gratefulness toward my health, my family, and my work here at Minim.
Through these months of social distancing, safe and reliable home WiFi has never been more important. Minim powers my own family’s home network, which continues to be a conduit for wellbeing, education, work, entertainment, and connections. My family depends on the safe and reliable WiFi that my combined team of Minim and Zoom Telephonics delivers.
So, to our crew and our customers: thank you for bringing us into your homes across the world. On this Thanksgiving, Minim will be a little helper in the home, supporting the connections that make this holiday so special for so many of us.