Today we honor American labor and the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, laws, and well-being of this country. To the blood, sweat, and tears that have gone into the construction of our country, to the infrastructure that makes its backbone, and to the role that labor plays in our society today.
To those who have the day off, enjoy it. To those that must continue to labor, we thank you.
To all, remember, it's more than just grilling or time off. It's a recognition of the work it took to get here. It's for the dream of a better work life in our future and for our posterity.
This year, perhaps Labor Day takes on a particular significance, as we are all longing for the ability to go back to normal. To be back at work in offices. To be back at work period. A greater recognition of the purpose of labor in our lives.
To that end, may we celebrate all the more.
Happy Labor Day!