Like most things in 2020, this year’s Thanksgiving celebrations will look and feel a bit different for all of us. Many Americans have lost loved ones and many more will spend the holidays apart from friends and family. However, despite the challenges that we’re all facing as a nation and as a global community, we have found that there are still many, many reasons to be grateful.
At Infocore, we are eternally grateful for our clients. Your continued business and loyalty has been a bright shining light in troubled times. We are also grateful for our close-knit team who feel more like family members than co-workers. Together, we’ve reexamined life’s simplest pleasures and gained a new appreciation for the things we’d previously taken for granted.
Nothing illustrates this idea of gratitude better than the work and philosophy of photographer Louie Schwartzberg. Louie has been shooting breathtaking time-lapse footage 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for 30 years. We hope that you’ll soon be able to visit our new office in Carlsbad and be treated to his awe-inspiring images playing on the monitors in our common areas.
Seeing the nuances of our natural world in such a way has humbled us, inspired us and caused us to be truly grateful for the stunningly complex and inextricably connected world in which we live. Louie Schwartzberg gave a powerful TEDxSF Talk years ago in which he shares his philosophy on gratefulness. We believe that its message is as timely as it is timeless, and we want to share it with you.
This year, we’ve challenged ourselves to see life as Louie Schwartzberg does and to accept each day as the gift that it is. Doing so has not only helped our mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing, it has also fostered a much-needed feeling of connectedness. Despite the very real struggles that we face this year, we hope that you, our cherished clients, are able to find many of the same beautiful moments of peace, happiness, connection and gratitude.
From all of your friends here at Infocore, we wish you good health and a Happy Thanksgiving!