Posts Tagged ‘Thanksgiving’

Happiness cannot exist when commercialism replaces community

Let me first squash the cries of hypocrisy by saying that I enjoy the finer things in life just as much (perhaps more) than the next person. Give me the suits, the watches, the cars… But when I decided to move to Los Angeles in May of 2017, I was willing to give all of…

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Help This Ferguson Missouri Resident Rebuild Her Store

As I’m sure you are all aware of by now, the riots that broke out in Ferguson, Missouri on November 24th, 2014 as a result of Darren Wilson, the police officer who shot Michael Brown, caused massive damage to the town. Not only were cars burned, but businesses were broken into, looted, and burned to…

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Thanksgiving Thoughts

In the spirit of the time of year where we’re all reminded to be thankful for what we have (while also being reminded by the media about all the things we need to buy because we don’t have them) – I think it’s important to stop and see that gratitude should never be seasonal. Part…

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