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Thursday, November 27, 2008

Even if you don't celebrate this American holiday,
Happy Thanksgiving to you all.

I'm thankful for all of you!

All Things Possible,


  • At 2:30 PM, November 27, 2008 , Anonymous Alex said...

    Hi all!

    Thanks Chris for your lovely words; i'm also thankful for you and for this amazing Forum Family!

    Wishing you all a wonderfully Happy Thanksgiving Day!

    Take care all! ATP!
    Alex in Italy

  • At 2:52 PM, November 27, 2008 , Anonymous Angi said...

    Happy thanksgiving everyone.

    I may not be here as often as I would like due to the pressure of doing two seperate courses but you're never far from my thoughts.

    Thank you Chris and everyone in the forum family.

    With love and Bright Blessings


  • At 4:57 PM, November 27, 2008 , Blogger Susan said...

    Hello on Thanksgiving Day, forum family...

    So great to check in here and see Alex and Angi sharing in our holiday blessings to each other from overseas. It's truly a small world after all. And all you have to do is think of this forum for a beautiful example. Saw the post from Dave and agree that, more than having a holiday, it's a reminder to give thanks every day. I'm grateful always for the forum family, as Alex and Angi expressed ATP! And just awhile ago, I received this quote from Living the Field ... Reminding us to give thanks and blessings for each other, and for ourselves, being thankful for the very person you are.

    "It is impossible to bless and judge at the same time. So hold constantly as a deep, hallowed, intoned thought the desire to bless, for truly then shall you become a peacemaker, and one day you shall behold, everywhere, the very face of God. And, of course, above all, do not forget to bless the utterly beautiful person you are." - Pierre Pradervand.

    Another Thanksgiving message forwarded to me today involves a great Thanksgiving Day reflection, as well. It's a one-minute video (my computer will do one minute!) ...and there are others you can download for inspiration.

    Thanks, Chris, for being you...and for the forum family gathering near at holiday time! ATB...Sue

  • At 6:30 PM, November 29, 2008 , Blogger Thomas said...

    Hi Chris and Forum Family I also widh you all a Happy thanksgiving. Its so nice to read all the comments . I go to the movies pretty regular . went to see four christmases it was good and funny . I have also noticed that Mary Steenbergen has been in many movies teh past three years. wow she is a busy lady and good actress as well. I also saw Australia today i loved it it was a great movie and Nicole Kidman and Hugh jackman gave great performances but it was the little boy first time out Brandon Walters that gave a fantasic performance for a young boy. I also saw Twilight which was good as well although i was a little disapointed cause i have read all four books and im staring them over again. I loved the story have also felt a strange apeal to vampire movies although the thought of drinking blood makes me wretch hahah. oh well. who could resist beautiful people.
    well not much els to see right now i also saw the new James Bond which i think i mentioned before. also very good. Looking forward to the day the earth stood still. I loved the old one with patricia Neal and Michael Renney. Its definitely a classic. the robot was the best when i was a kid.
    Hpe you all have a great Holiday season and please be careful out there. It seems people are so preoccupied behind the wheel any more. Love hugs and namaste! to all.

  • At 8:49 PM, November 29, 2008 , Blogger Susan said...

    Hi Tom! Thanks for the holiday wishes and for posting about movies of the season. I was hoping someone would soon. Been wondering what you all would pick, as we may only have time for one movie before Christmas. I almost asked when I posted last, so thanks! Really enjoy your take on these films...Namaste too! Sue

  • At 9:56 AM, December 01, 2008 , Blogger Christopher Showerman said...

    Thanks for your comments everyone! Hope you all got a great fill of food and fellowship this past holiday weekend.

    Thanks Thomas for the movie updates. I'm looking forward to seeing Australia. We are going to a screening of it next week, compliments of the Screen Actor's Guild. We saw Doubt and Nixon/Frost - both very thought provoking and both with fantastic performances from all involved.

    Be well!

    All Things Possible,


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