gratitudes

Blogging (The truest form of uncensored global dialogue that I know of.  Liberte!)

Book Translations  (so I can read writings from all regions of our world)

A brief history of the turkey’s role in Thanksgiving  30 November 2014

Constitution, The  (without which America would have long ago spun closer to the icy poles of anarchism or fascism)

Espresso  (with just-enough honey)

Flight For Life Helicopters

Gel-Pad Shoe Inserts  (for my feet along the path I walk)

Hot Tub (outdoors–for sunrises; sunsets; stars; satellites; meteor showers; full moons; new moons; snow; passenger planes flying high overhead with who knows what big-people or little-people are onboard; prayers to and for the souls of friends and relatives who’ve passed on; a bittersweet and woody pint of decent Porter; calming the body, mind and spirit; and time away from the machine)

Libraries  (so I can read for free all the books I could never afford to buy)

Lincoln and the Civil War: When Thanksgiving began  26 November 2014

Memory Cards (for random-playing my music library at home, in the car or on foot)

Music (surely God’s truest clarion toward goodness and revolution throughout the spheres of our existence.  The truest language that unifies all.)

PANDORA   has revolutionized the radio, the iPod, 45s. 33 1/3’ds, cassettes, albums, CD’s, all of it.  Pure joy!

Pilgrim tenacity and the first Thanksgiving  30 November 2014

Pill-Cutter

Porter Ale  (just enough bitter, just enough sweet, with just enough alcohol)

Refuge Space (therapy)

Shower  (I grew up with bathtubs)

Sinus Rinse (NeilMed)  (maximizes oxygen to the brain, washes germs away and intensifies the quality of each breath)

Thanksgiving and the science of gratitude  28 November 2014

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