Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.
Sure we can – we must never lose sight of what we have and never allow people who do not have these values to make a difference.
Planning our future is so important; but, we must always remember the past as our history in order to not repeat our mistakes.
At the present time we have people who want to destroy our freedom and our country – we must continue to fight for our Constitution and our values which consist of our holidays.
Always remember – WE DO NOT WORSHIP THE GOVERNMENT – WE WORSHIP GOD.
By Rev Paul N. Papas II
October 31, 2017
We are heading into the holiday season with the busiest travel day of the year, Thanksgiving. Certainly we are a long way from the original time and spirit of the first great feast enjoyed by the Pilgrims and Indians who were native to the land.
The Indians helped the Pilgrims survive and get through the tough first few years. They worked together and learned from each other. The Pilgrims would have starved if the Indians had not taught the Pilgrims how to plant, fish, and hunt in the new land.
Once the first bountiful harvest was completed a celebration of thanksgiving began. Two different cultures had worked through some tough days and were rejoicing together.
True, the Pilgrims and Indians dressed differently however they were similar in that they had family as a base unit. They were also similar in their…
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