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What are YOU thankful for?

Posted by Jen on November 25, 2009 at 9:29 AM
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Tomorrow we'll gather friends from around the world to celebrate what means the very most--family, friendship and the kind of connection that makes love, joy and happiness possible. And to make sure our gratitude generates hope right beside our friends in Tanzania, we'll also have a computer set up so kids and grownups alike can "tweet" their thanks for this year's Tweetsgiving. You can do the same at your house and be part of one of the biggest celebrations of gratitude the world has ever seen.

TweetsGiving 2009 from LittlePurpleCow Productions on Vimeo.

What are YOU thankful for? Will you join me?

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Barbara writes...

Thanksgiving Prayer
We acknowledge and give thanks for the gift of our lives, for the generations of our families of origin, and for our families of choice. We are thankful too for our blessed opportunities to show sacred love for one another.
First, we are grateful for this plenteous food set lovingly before us.
Further, we contemplate with gratitude all the riches we enjoy.
May what we hold dear for one another in our hearts, such as peace, freedom, liberty and justice for all in all matters of common humanity become increasingly ours to personaly uphold by exploring ways to make them actual.
May our loving actions toward others in this worldwide human family be evidence of the gratitude our hearts hold for the gift of life.
These words from John Fitzgerald Kennedy, "As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest apprecieation is not to utter words, but to live by them."

Kate writes...

I am thankful for this beautiful world I wake up to everyday at no charge. I am thankful for my family who I love and loves me unconditionally.

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