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Giving Thanks

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With a spirit of deep gratitude, we will spend this Thanksgiving reflecting upon all the blessings the past twenty-two years have held for us here at Horizon Wealth Advisors. While we remain focused on our business and our fiduciary responsibility for our clients’ financial matters, we try to keep in mind that this is only one part of our lives.    

In his 1932 novel Brave New World, philosopher Aldous Huxley wrote that, “…human beings have an almost infinite capacity for taking things for granted.” It’s easy to become consumed by the “busy-ness” of life, particularly (again) this year, with all of the many challenges 2021 has presented. We hope that the coming year brings further relief and more understanding of our ongoing struggles with COVID 19; however, even with the disruptions of 2021 and faced with continued uncertainty, we can still find much to be thankful for.

The holiday season is a good time of year to take a moment to recognize the many ways in which we have all been blessed and to “stop and smell the roses.” Many years ago, a good friend passed along the following quote from Charles Schultz, the creator of the Peanuts cartoon: “The people who make a difference in your life are not the ones with the most money or the most awards. They are simply the ones who care the most.” 

We, at Horizon, wish you and your families a wonderful holiday season!

Larry Maddox, CFP®, CPA
Larry founded Horizon Advisors, LLC in Houston, Texas in 1999 with fellow business partner Joe Thomson. He collaborates with our wealth management team and other external advisors to provide comprehensive wealth management services.

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