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A Thanksgiving Exhortation

An echo of the voice of Thomas heard at a Thanksgiving Interfaith Service at Temple Israel in New Rochelle, NY. November 27, 2014

Declare a Sabbath

Dear Friends:

With true affection I greet you on this great day of Thanksgiving as we all gather in this beautiful place, this inclusive space where we are all welcome because we are all one.

We are all one extraordinary species who have been travelling for nearly 14 billion years on a beam of light to be here today, to assemble in an array of intentionally designed distinction so that we might display the multifaceted spiritual riches of the universe, entrusted to us, to flow through us, and grow through us, so that the Wisdom that passes understanding might flash forth in us awakened by our deep attention to The Great Mystery that births us, and keeps us in being.
We people of faith bear this Wisdom mindfully. We receive it humbly and wholeheartedly knowing that each of our sacred communities reflects a ray of that one Wisdom refracted in the many – knowing too that what light we hold is not our own but is for the enlightenment of all…And so what brilliancy shines from this Temple this day…
This day so resonant with a shared tradition – a great feast day that gathers us a one people around many tables to remember, to rejoice, to give thanks.

To remember the fragile beginning of this feast centuries ago, when one of the original nations of this land, the Wampanoag, aided new immigrants, the refugees who arrived undocumented, unannounced on their Eastern shores.

And in return for saving their lives and teaching them how to how to carefully cultivate their new environment and so yield a great harvest, the Pilgrims in exile declared a thanksgiving feast.
The 50 surviving European immigrants hosted their 90 native guests. “At which time,” reports historian Edward Winslow, “with many of the Indians coming amongst us- some ninety men and their greatest king Massasoit, whom for three days we entertained amongst other recreations,” with song, and dance, and ball games. We even have the names of the women who made the pies for that first thanksgiving!

This is the sweet story in the deep memory of this day. This is the story we are given to share no matter how we got here, no matter from where. This is the story we are given to elaborate and evolve. It is ours to tell and retell.

This story is our shared myth, our touchstone story about the wondrous generosity of nature and of strangers, of coming under the blessing of the bountiful, pristine Earth once again, out of the violation and depletion of an exhausted and violent old world, as if recovering Paradise again. This was the experience of that original Thanksgiving. Something reminiscent of Eden.
Buried within our Thanksgiving story, then, there survives a promise and a call, a mandate and an incitement to all, concerning how we have honored or failed to honor the moment of graced beginnings of this America, which at our start was more full of gratitude than greed, more full of hope than fear.

The new-comers knew then about simplicity, and sustainability, about how to live in harmony with Earth, its fragility and ferocity. In our common story we hear of being led to a continent of beauty and bounty, as if a promised land – a land boasting vitality and verdancy, protected by peoples who attended nature’s sacred mysteries, its bio systems and regions, who knew how to be of this thriving Earth.
But they like the multitude of species who welcomed those ancestral pilgrims are also gone, and those remaining set back, silenced on reservations thick with despair.

And in their wake, those of us who know not so well how to be really Earthling – who have forgotten how alive and entangled everything is - are bereft of their guidance that our forbearers once so readily relied on.

So how shall we make Thanksgiving now for a diminishing Earth bounty, in a new millennium of crisis, this new age of Anthropocene, when human-kind has come to rule the world for real but doesn’t really know how?

When humankind is only just relearning to read the book of nature again after two centuries of techno-trance in the sleep of the mighty and mini- machine;
only just learning the alphabet of the micro-sphere and the macro-sphere and how alive it all is, how entangled, how seething with mystery from quarks to genes, and nothing like us anywhere to be seen.

How do we relearn a new mode of Thanksgiving under our beautiful, spacious but increasingly toxic skies, spanning fields of genetically modified grain, where purple mountain majesties are decapitated for a seam of coal to electrify a cultural mindlessness, a kind of madness, and sky-scraping cities live under one God near destitute hollers, incarcerating ghettos.

Here is a koan: how do Empires make Thanksgiving? - since that is what we have become.

How do Empires make Thanksgiving once they overtake sea to shining sea, once they deplete the rivers and forests, extinguish our brother beasts, our sister species – not honored, not treasured, not loved like kin. But commodified, commercialized, sold for a few shiny beads?

So where do we begin to make Thanksgiving, especially since the principal of the feast has always been the bountiful Earth herself, our mother, the body by which The Great Mystery births, and feeds and heals us.

A dear friend of mine knew where to begin: declare a Sabbath he said, an Earth Sabbath,* because our Mother is exhausted, she is ill.
She is calling to us her children to make her well again if we will, as she was in the beginning when we were more grateful, and careful, more humble - earthly.

So in 1990 the fruit of his early labors for Earth care became a United Nations Environment Programme: an “Environmental Sabbath/Earth-Rest Day.”

But of course it could not be just for a day, but for every day from now until our Mother revives, survives this destructive petroleum age and once again thrives, because we her children will have become wise and have aided her, have learned how to heal her, how to save what we can of her glorious Earth interval now ending in our time which took Creator 67 million years to realize.

O the lamentation. O the exultation that we are waking up !
In its call to prayer, the Environmental Sabbath begins by saying: “we call a halt.”

We want to rest. We need to rest and to allow the Earth to rest. We need to reflect and to rediscover the mystery that lives in us, that is the ground of every unique expression of life, the source and fascination that calls all things into communion. We declare a Sabbath, a space for quiet: for simple being and letting be; for recovering the great forgotten truths; for learning how to live again.”
Now how might we honor this Earth Sabbath, each in our own way? And how shall our communities of faith take it up according to our own traditions?

Let me say what my teacher taught, Father Thomas Berry, the late Catholic geologian and prophet:*

First he said that while Earth is entitled to a Sabbath, we people must get to work; we must take up The Great Work. And what is the Great Work? It is the most arduous inside job we will ever been called to do: nothing less than consciously, deliberately evolve ourselves into a species completely new – because if we don’t give ourselves to this urgent transformation, our human descendants will not survive.
Time is up for Homo Sapiens Sapiens – we were smart but we were not wise. Therefore we have to reimagine what it means to be human on this imperiled Earth now that there are 7 billion of us - 7 billion of us and all competing for the same limited/dwindling resources with unregulated industrial capitalism the only economy we have come up with for managing the “ecos” – the planetary household. It has not worked. So: rebirth a new humankind with a new consciousness, a new mind.

Second, he said that if this gestating new humanity is to make it to a new period of Earth history which he optimistically called the ecozoic era, it will take tremendous spiritual energy. It will take unprecedented spiritual energy because we will have to effect a transformation so radical that we will in actuality be the birth of a new species – a more enlightened, peacemaking, earth-centered species who takes up its true sacred destiny to guide the unfolding evolutionary process in harmony with The Creative One.

So how shall we generate this store of spiritual energy? Here is where we people of faith come in, because the work of the scientists is done. Now call in the preachers and teachers, the poets and prophets – The Great Work is the work of visionaries and activators. It is the work of believers who commit to getting this done.

Even scientists now agree that we will not make the great turn to a new Earth era without the soul-force of the great religions. Our time has come. We are the saviors we have been waiting for – that is if we have a new mind and heart, a new sensorium and deep knowing of our unity of being with all beings.
So let’s wake up! That is our job. Preachers – preach it; teachers teach it – teach the one shared ancient wisdom that we all hold as divinely ordained: Creation is sacred. This universe is not a meaningless, mindless phenomenon – a collection of objects for human use and determination, but rather the universe is a communion of subjects to be communed with.
The universe is, as the poet says “…the Secret One growing a body.” If we do not preach and prophesy and raise the vibration of human awareness by our silence, our sitting, our soulful singing – who will? Who will save the rivers and the trees, the 1% of remaining wilderness, and the corals of the seas? The precious necessary bees? Who will protect life if not we?

Third, and finally, the way a good spiritual master might, Father Thomas offered us three questions that function like inner guides re-orienting us toward a new practice of living with and as the Earth.
These three questions have the power to become in some sense the voice of an emerging ecological conscience calling us to cultivate a new self – a green self - born of experimenting with green life- practice.

The questions are deceptively simple, but their resonance is wide and deep. They are like ecological “koans” – potent questions intended to be embodied, which have the power to transform one’s consciousness and life-habits if – like a koan – they become a creative pre-occupation as we move though our daily lives.
The First Question: is my next thought, word or deed sustainable for this planet? Will my next thought word or deed enhance the viability of Earth? Will it hurt or harm, hold or heal my Mother Earth? If everyone did what I am about to do, would the Earth be here in a year? If it is a take away without a give back, leave it alone.

Second: does my next thought, word or deed foster intimacy with my Mother, the Living Earth? Does it honor the mystery of diversity which she holds in generous unity? Does it respect the profound subjectivity of my relatives, every living being which lives with me in this household of life? Does it aid me in awakening kinship with everything or does it leave me enthroned, encapsulated in egoism, narcissism, anthropocentrism? Does it enhance my human nature as a lover of nature, and so a nature protector, defender? Remember we will not save what we do not love: it is always all about love…

Third: is my next thought word or deed an act of celebration of this marvelous Earth, this unutterable cosmos? For am I not the species made to be celebrant of this glorious realm which I have been summoned to life in for this brief and precious interval?

If we can awaken from this dark night of Earth by way of a shared dream, we will vision our way into the Ecozoic - the age of intimate human rapport with creation. We will dream our way out of this planetary nightmare into the great celebration of our communion in the Great House of Being. A perpetual thanksgiving, feasting with all creatures, who will be honored and protected, called by their true names: “Brother, Sister Hazelr…”

There will be one ecos – one household of Earth – with our Mother restored, no longer serving our every want but we supplying her every need. Tending her; Enjoying her. In the Great House of the Ecozoic there will be bounty again, born of human creativity, cultivation, ingenuity and care. And everywhere in everyone there will be Thanksgiving. A prolonged Sabbath will reign over our globe for our hearts will have come to rest in our Mother, healed of her wounds, and we of ours; restored to her beauty – and we to ours.
An everlasting Gratitude will mark the way of the new humankind, keepers of Earth’s Sabbath, so that they might say with those pilgrims of old:

And although it be not always so plentiful as it was at that time with us, yet by the goodness of God, we are so far from want that we often wish you partakers of our plenty.

Be blest in your thanksgiving and in keeping a Sabbath for the Earth in your own way. Amen.

Works Cited:
Thomas Berry The Great Work On-line essays on the tradition and history of American Thanksgiving Reference to Daniel Martin, PhD, UN Environmental Sabbath Programme
© Kathleen Deignan, CND, PhD 11.27.14
DP
The Thomas Berry Forum for Ecological Dialogue
at Nov 28, 2014 8:19:45 PM
A Thanksgiving Exhortation

An echo of the voice of Thomas heard at a Thanksgiving Interfaith Service at Temple Israel in New Rochelle, NY. November 27, 2014

Declare a Sabbath

Dear Friends:

With true affection I greet you on this great day of Thanksgiving as we all gather in this beautiful place, this inclusive space where we are all welcome because we are all one.

We are all one extraordinary species who have been travelling for nearly 14 billion years on a beam of light to be here today, to assemble in an array of intentionally designed distinction so that we might display the multifaceted spiritual riches of the universe, entrusted to us, to flow through us, and grow through us, so that the Wisdom that passes understanding might flash forth in us awakened by our deep attention to The Great Mystery that births us, and keeps us in being.
We people of faith bear this Wisdom mindfully. We receive it humbly and wholeheartedly knowing that each of our sacred communities reflects a ray of that one Wisdom refracted in the many – knowing too that what light we hold is not our own but is for the enlightenment of all…And so what brilliancy shines from this Temple this day…
This day so resonant with a shared tradition – a great feast day that gathers us a one people around many tables to remember, to rejoice, to give thanks.

To remember the fragile beginning of this feast centuries ago, when one of the original nations of this land, the Wampanoag, aided new immigrants, the refugees who arrived undocumented, unannounced on their Eastern shores.

And in return for saving their lives and teaching them how to how to carefully cultivate their new environment and so yield a great harvest, the Pilgrims in exile declared a thanksgiving feast.
The 50 surviving European immigrants hosted their 90 native guests. “At which time,” reports historian Edward Winslow, “with many of the Indians coming amongst us- some ninety men and their greatest king Massasoit, whom for three days we entertained amongst other recreations,” with song, and dance, and ball games. We even have the names of the women who made the pies for that first thanksgiving!

This is the sweet story in the deep memory of this day. This is the story we are given to share no matter how we got here, no matter from where. This is the story we are given to elaborate and evolve. It is ours to tell and retell.

This story is our shared myth, our touchstone story about the wondrous generosity of nature and of strangers, of coming under the blessing of the bountiful, pristine Earth once again, out of the violation and depletion of an exhausted and violent old world, as if recovering Paradise again. This was the experience of that original Thanksgiving. Something reminiscent of Eden.
Buried within our Thanksgiving story, then, there survives a promise and a call, a mandate and an incitement to all, concerning how we have honored or failed to honor the moment of graced beginnings of this America, which at our start was more full of gratitude than greed, more full of hope than fear.

The new-comers knew then about simplicity, and sustainability, about how to live in harmony with Earth, its fragility and ferocity. In our common story we hear of being led to a continent of beauty and bounty, as if a promised land – a land boasting vitality and verdancy, protected by peoples who attended nature’s sacred mysteries, its bio systems and regions, who knew how to be of this thriving Earth.
But they like the multitude of species who welcomed those ancestral pilgrims are also gone, and those remaining set back, silenced on reservations thick with despair.

And in their wake, those of us who know not so well how to be really Earthling – who have forgotten how alive and entangled everything is - are bereft of their guidance that our forbearers once so readily relied on.

So how shall we make Thanksgiving now for a diminishing Earth bounty, in a new millennium of crisis, this new age of Anthropocene, when human-kind has come to rule the world for real but doesn’t really know how?

When humankind is only just relearning to read the book of nature again after two centuries of techno-trance in the sleep of the mighty and mini- machine;
only just learning the alphabet of the micro-sphere and the macro-sphere and how alive it all is, how entangled, how seething with mystery from quarks to genes, and nothing like us anywhere to be seen.

How do we relearn a new mode of Thanksgiving under our beautiful, spacious but increasingly toxic skies, spanning fields of genetically modified grain, where purple mountain majesties are decapitated for a seam of coal to electrify a cultural mindlessness, a kind of madness, and sky-scraping cities live under one God near destitute hollers, incarcerating ghettos.

Here is a koan: how do Empires make Thanksgiving? - since that is what we have become.

How do Empires make Thanksgiving once they overtake sea to shining sea, once they deplete the rivers and forests, extinguish our brother beasts, our sister species – not honored, not treasured, not loved like kin. But commodified, commercialized, sold for a few shiny beads?

So where do we begin to make Thanksgiving, especially since the principal of the feast has always been the bountiful Earth herself, our mother, the body by which The Great Mystery births, and feeds and heals us.

A dear friend of mine knew where to begin: declare a Sabbath he said, an Earth Sabbath,* because our Mother is exhausted, she is ill.
She is calling to us her children to make her well again if we will, as she was in the beginning when we were more grateful, and careful, more humble - earthly.

So in 1990 the fruit of his early labors for Earth care became a United Nations Environment Programme: an “Environmental Sabbath/Earth-Rest Day.”

But of course it could not be just for a day, but for every day from now until our Mother revives, survives this destructive petroleum age and once again thrives, because we her children will have become wise and have aided her, have learned how to heal her, how to save what we can of her glorious Earth interval now ending in our time which took Creator 67 million years to realize.

O the lamentation. O the exultation that we are waking up !
In its call to prayer, the Environmental Sabbath begins by saying: “we call a halt.”

We want to rest. We need to rest and to allow the Earth to rest. We need to reflect and to rediscover the mystery that lives in us, that is the ground of every unique expression of life, the source and fascination that calls all things into communion. We declare a Sabbath, a space for quiet: for simple being and letting be; for recovering the great forgotten truths; for learning how to live again.”
Now how might we honor this Earth Sabbath, each in our own way? And how shall our communities of faith take it up according to our own traditions?

Let me say what my teacher taught, Father Thomas Berry, the late Catholic geologian and prophet:*

First he said that while Earth is entitled to a Sabbath, we people must get to work; we must take up The Great Work. And what is the Great Work? It is the most arduous inside job we will ever been called to do: nothing less than consciously, deliberately evolve ourselves into a species completely new – because if we don’t give ourselves to this urgent transformation, our human descendants will not survive.
Time is up for Homo Sapiens Sapiens – we were smart but we were not wise. Therefore we have to reimagine what it means to be human on this imperiled Earth now that there are 7 billion of us - 7 billion of us and all competing for the same limited/dwindling resources with unregulated industrial capitalism the only economy we have come up with for managing the “ecos” – the planetary household. It has not worked. So: rebirth a new humankind with a new consciousness, a new mind.

Second, he said that if this gestating new humanity is to make it to a new period of Earth history which he optimistically called the ecozoic era, it will take tremendous spiritual energy. It will take unprecedented spiritual energy because we will have to effect a transformation so radical that we will in actuality be the birth of a new species – a more enlightened, peacemaking, earth-centered species who takes up its true sacred destiny to guide the unfolding evolutionary process in harmony with The Creative One.

So how shall we generate this store of spiritual energy? Here is where we people of faith come in, because the work of the scientists is done. Now call in the preachers and teachers, the poets and prophets – The Great Work is the work of visionaries and activators. It is the work of believers who commit to getting this done.

Even scientists now agree that we will not make the great turn to a new Earth era without the soul-force of the great religions. Our time has come. We are the saviors we have been waiting for – that is if we have a new mind and heart, a new sensorium and deep knowing of our unity of being with all beings.
So let’s wake up! That is our job. Preachers – preach it; teachers teach it – teach the one shared ancient wisdom that we all hold as divinely ordained: Creation is sacred. This universe is not a meaningless, mindless phenomenon – a collection of objects for human use and determination, but rather the universe is a communion of subjects to be communed with.
The universe is, as the poet says “…the Secret One growing a body.” If we do not preach and prophesy and raise the vibration of human awareness by our silence, our sitting, our soulful singing – who will? Who will save the rivers and the trees, the 1% of remaining wilderness, and the corals of the seas? The precious necessary bees? Who will protect life if not we?

Third, and finally, the way a good spiritual master might, Father Thomas offered us three questions that function like inner guides re-orienting us toward a new practice of living with and as the Earth.
These three questions have the power to become in some sense the voice of an emerging ecological conscience calling us to cultivate a new self – a green self - born of experimenting with green life- practice.

The questions are deceptively simple, but their resonance is wide and deep. They are like ecological “koans” – potent questions intended to be embodied, which have the power to transform one’s consciousness and life-habits if – like a koan – they become a creative pre-occupation as we move though our daily lives.
The First Question: is my next thought, word or deed sustainable for this planet? Will my next thought word or deed enhance the viability of Earth? Will it hurt or harm, hold or heal my Mother Earth? If everyone did what I am about to do, would the Earth be here in a year? If it is a take away without a give back, leave it alone.

Second: does my next thought, word or deed foster intimacy with my Mother, the Living Earth? Does it honor the mystery of diversity which she holds in generous unity? Does it respect the profound subjectivity of my relatives, every living being which lives with me in this household of life? Does it aid me in awakening kinship with everything or does it leave me enthroned, encapsulated in egoism, narcissism, anthropocentrism? Does it enhance my human nature as a lover of nature, and so a nature protector, defender? Remember we will not save what we do not love: it is always all about love…

Third: is my next thought word or deed an act of celebration of this marvelous Earth, this unutterable cosmos? For am I not the species made to be celebrant of this glorious realm which I have been summoned to life in for this brief and precious interval?

If we can awaken from this dark night of Earth by way of a shared dream, we will vision our way into the Ecozoic - the age of intimate human rapport with creation. We will dream our way out of this planetary nightmare into the great celebration of our communion in the Great House of Being. A perpetual thanksgiving, feasting with all creatures, who will be honored and protected, called by their true names: “Brother, Sister Hazelr…”

There will be one ecos – one household of Earth – with our Mother restored, no longer serving our every want but we supplying her every need. Tending her; Enjoying her. In the Great House of the Ecozoic there will be bounty again, born of human creativity, cultivation, ingenuity and care. And everywhere in everyone there will be Thanksgiving. A prolonged Sabbath will reign over our globe for our hearts will have come to rest in our Mother, healed of her wounds, and we of ours; restored to her beauty – and we to ours.
An everlasting Gratitude will mark the way of the new humankind, keepers of Earth’s Sabbath, so that they might say with those pilgrims of old:

And although it be not always so plentiful as it was at that time with us, yet by the goodness of God, we are so far from want that we often wish you partakers of our plenty.

Be blest in your thanksgiving and in keeping a Sabbath for the Earth in your own way. Amen.

Works Cited:
Thomas Berry The Great Work On-line essays on the tradition and history of American Thanksgiving Reference to Daniel Martin, PhD, UN Environmental Sabbath Programme
© Kathleen Deignan, CND, PhD 11.27.14
DP
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I write this question in my book "Am I my Brother or Sister's Keeper!"
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New Music and Video: Abigail Breslin's 'You Suck' May Be About 5SOS' Michael Clifford
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New Music and Video: Abigail Breslin's 'You Suck' May Be About 5SOS' Michael Clifford
Abigail Breslin is apparently not a fan of Michael Clifford of 5 Seconds of Summer. The actress, best known for her roles in "Little Miss Sunshine" and "My Sister's Keeper", has just dropped her first single called "You Suck"...
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Tagged by alotta people ✊

1) Kat, Kit Kat, & many others 😆
2) brown 👌
3) black ☁
4) I like to eat 🌹
5) blue 🌀
6) home ❄
7) myself ✊
8) bunnyyyyy
9) Heroes ⭐
10) My Sisters Keeper ❤

+sienna.+spencer goldsmith+Ailynne Malik+Bart+Hannah Øh.+•Hanna Bæ•+Stella Swizzle 卌​ & anyone else who hasn't done it

Sorry if I tagged you and you already did it 😂❄
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YUS!  I finally get to read My Sister's Keeper By the legendary Jodi Picoult! I'm so happy! This book has had a lot of praises and I can't wait! :D
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Poetry Day 10: Choice!
I'm the big sister. The mother hen. The one who will scream and love you all at the same time. The one who will always have your back. The one to teach you everything I know. My sisters keeper.
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I'm the big sister. The mother hen. The one who will scream and love you all at the same time. The one who will always have your back. The one to teach you everything I know. My sisters keeper.
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at Nov 23, 2014 2:26:25 AM
My sister's keeper 3 minute timeline
T1 T4 T10 T12 T26 T39 T40 Order of titles: T1 - 11s - 'New line cinema' logo T2 - 17s - Soft instrumental music starts T3 -  22s - Shot of a girl T4 -   26s - White font 'New line cinema' T5 - 32s - Whit font of production title T6 - 36s - White font 'Nick ...
My sister's keeper 3 minute timeline
T1 T4 T10 T12 T26 T39 T40 Order of titles: T1 - 11s - 'New line cinema' logo T2 - 17s - Soft instrumental music starts T3 -  22s - Shot of a girl T4 -  26s - White font 'New line cinema' T5 - 32s - ...
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my sisters keeper
at Nov 22, 2014 7:44:40 PM

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Pëtër Kïrkländ
at Nov 20, 2014 8:23:41 PM
Okay so we're watching My Sister's Keeper and I don't think I'm going to make it to the end
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Crystal Cartwright
at Nov 19, 2014 6:27:51 PM
This feels so UNCOMFORTABLE...Part 1
"Am I my Sister's Keeper?"... Genesis 4:9 "WARNING" the following video will cause any man or woman with a compassionate and sympathetic heart,  to feel extremely uncomfortable. It may produce tears, anger, and an authentic feeling of disbelief. Whatever th...
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Dressona Movies HD
at Nov 18, 2014 7:34:43 PM
My Sister's Keeper (2009) Full Movie - TOP Movie
My Sister's Keeper (2009) Full Movie - TOP Movie
My Sister's Keeper (2009) Full Movie - TOP Movie Watch My Sister's Keeper (2009) Full Movie at This link: http://i-flix.pw/movie/1078588/ Note: copyright respective to their owners My Sister's Keeper (2009) Full Movie - TOP Movie
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Ahmed Jakir
at Nov 16, 2014 12:15:13 PM
QUOTE ABOUT LOVE-18
“You don't love someone because they're perfect, you love them in spite of the fact that they're not.” ~ Jodi Picoult, My Sister's Keeper
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TOP MOVIES
at Nov 14, 2014 10:51:06 PM
My Sister's Keeper (2009) - Nick Cassavetes | Drama
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Natural Moxie
at Nov 14, 2014 4:16:59 PM
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