As we approach the annual Thanksgiving holiday, we will all be reminded and confronted with our own lot in life and will likely take inventory of it - counting our blessings and considering the plight of those less fortunate as ourselves.

With that comes the obligatory calls for charity. Toys for tots. Helping local food banks and soup kitchens remain stocked. There is one segment of society that just might get overlooked this season that could also use your help in improving their station.

Millennials.

You've likely heard the term bandied about but if you are unfamiliar... A Millennial is defined by Urban Dictionary as "a special little snowflake." More descriptively:

"Born between 1982 and 1994 this generation is something special, cause Mom and Dad and their 5th grade teacher told them so. Plus they have a whole shelf of participation trophies sitting at home so it has to be true.

They believe themselves to be highly intelligent, the teachers and lecturers constantly gave them "A"'s in order to keep Mom and Dad from complaining to the Dean. Unfortunately, nobody explained to them the difference between and education and grade inflation so they tend to demonstrate poor spelling and even poorer grammar.

At work, millennials believe themselves to be overachievers who just aren't understood by their loser bosses. Even Mom said so when she showed up for the interview. They are the only generation in the universe to understand the concept of work life balance and to actually want to find a fulfilling career. All those Gen X losers just don't get it what with hoping to keep their jobs and pay the bills but they are just corporate drones so who cares what they think? They should be smart like Millennials and get Mom and Dad to pay for stuff until they can work out what they want to do with their lives and then get rich doing it."

If you have ever heard the following uttered, you were most likely in the presence of a Millennial, "Well, I've been here at this job for 6 months now and I've been on time mostly so I should get a raise now 'cause I've paid my dues."

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Luckily, there is a ministry that has recently come to prominence to assist these afflicted persons, spearheaded by John Crist. Think about it. How does the next generation have time to put in a 40-hour work week when they are busy battling the injustices of the world like a once-cent pay raise at Chipotle`? (see: photo)

Watch the following short video and if you are moved, please consider a monthly $2,900 contribution to sponsor a Millennial of your own. Put that in your Vape and smoke it.

God bless.