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David Steindl-Rast: Revolutionizing the Concept of Revolution

Be Grateful.

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Happy Thanksgiving to those who are celebrating today. To me, every day is Thanksgiving because I am so thankful for each and every day. And yes, I am a very happy and joy-filled person because of this gratefulness. ~ Lo

TED on Nov 27, 2013

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A Thanksgiving Day Fast For Peace By Gary Corseri (2005; repost)

First published on Dandelion Salad in 2008. Originally published in 2005.

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By Gary Corseri
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Name 10 things that you are grateful for this Thanksgiving by Rocket Kirchner

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by Rocket Kirchner
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November 19, 2012

Sometimes we human beings just have to sit down now and then and take stock. Gratefulness is not only good for reflection, but it is also very healthy for the soul. Continue reading

Cut to the political heart of a U.S. holiday on the brink by Roxanne Amico

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by Roxanne Amico
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Nov. 25, 2010

This is a post I wrote on “Thanksgiving Day.” [Before that is this very important reminder that “natural gas fracking” (DRILLING) has already been proven lethally dangerous to all land, air, water, food, and the communities living nearby.  So, there is a protest about it on Thursday, December 9th. Info about that is below.]

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The Inner Voices by Bruce Gagnon

by Bruce Gagnon
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Nov. 22, 2010

I call it mental colonization. The corporations learned long ago, by hiring the best and brightest from the world of psychology, they can control the population by feeding us images and ideas over and over again. And since the corporations now control most governments around the world we see them doing much the same.

Take the economic crisis here in the U.S. for example. The public has now largely swallowed the line that the best way to deal with the economic collapse is to cut spending which essentially means gutting things like Social Security, education, and programs for the mentally ill. Structural adjustment they call it. The brainwashing has reached the point that large percentages of the public have “internalized their oppression” and have become advocates for the agenda of the oligarchy.

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A Thanksgiving Day Fast For Peace By Gary Corseri (repost)

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By Gary Corseri featured writer Dandelion Salad Nov. 17, 2008

The preposition is apt.  We are not in the season, not even in the spirit of the season, but we feel it upon us, like a nightmare chimera. Many feel oppressed and depressed by it. We struggle for more light.

Perhaps it’s better to call it the shopping season.

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The Sparks + Deke Dickerson + Thanksgiving at St. Francis House

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