Happy Gathering, Sharing, and Caring Day
Mahalo.Market and Team JingleSPOT
Here’s a little holiday cheer…. from us to you.
“On this Day, all over America, families sit down to dinner at the same moment — halftime.”
A Gathering Miracle
“You can tell you ate too much for Gathering Day when you have to let your bathrobe out.”
“My mother is such a lousy cook that Gathering Day at her house is a time of sorrow.”
A Gathering, Sharing, and Caring Day Prayer
“There are a lot of New York City Gathering Day traditions. For example, a lot of New Yorkers don’t buy frozen Gathering Day Turkey. They prefer to buy the bird live and then push it in front of a subway train.”
“Gathering, Sharing, and Caring Day is when you turn to another family member and say, “How long has Mom been drinking like this?” My Mom, after six Bloody Marys, looks at the turkey and goes, “Here, kitty, kitty.”
Save the World
One Village at a Time
William “Bill” Quam
a very special friend with a very special mission.
Please take a minute to read about his mission. Also, if your year was less than hoped for, and you can’t send money, that’s ok, but if you could share a link to his program, perhaps others will donate, and in the end, “Bill” can do his miracles, and you will still have done yours by helping “Bill” accomplish his goal to reach enough people to raise enough money to make a difference. ~Ambassador Rodgers, A.G. Ret
Funny Gathering Day Cartoon
“It wasn’t easy telling my family that I’m gay. I made my carefully worded announcement at Gathering Day. It was very Norman Rockwell. I said, “Mom, would you please pass the gravy to a homosexual?” She passed it to my father. A terrible scene followed.”
Thoughts from George
“I love Gathering Day Turkey…it’s the only time in Los Angeles that you see natural breasts.”
Showdown – Farmer vs. Turkey
“Gathering Day is an emotional holiday. People travel thousands of miles to be with people they only see once a year. And then discover once a year is way too often.”
13 Dogs and a Cat
“An optimist is a person who starts a new diet on Gathering Day.”
Turkey Day Toon
“My cooking is so bad my kids thought Gathering Day was to commemorate Pearl Harbor.”
Robert De Nero
What did the mother turkey say to her disobedient children?
If your father could see you now, he’d turn over in his gravy!
U Can’t stuff this
Gathering Day Overture
Salt and Pepper
“Love is a quality similar to electricity: it must be produced and discharged and used up in order to exist at all.”
Happy Gathering Day Song
Turkey Song Dickie Stickhead
Now Some Special Thoughts for Our…
Lost Brothers and Sisters, and Our Beautiful Land
We wish you all happy holidays…
We do this because it is important is that you and your families enjoy a time that we think of; care and share, with our families and friends.
In this regard, Thanksgiving has become an important family celebration, a “Day of Gathering”, a “Day of Sharing”, and a “Day for Caring”.
These are important and beautiful things.
We fully support this important aspect of the official American Holiday.
That said, please remember that this holiday was established in celebration of became the great massacres of such beautiful, sharing, and caring people, that once broke bread at that first “Original Gathering and Sharing Dinner”.
~relax and read on, it gets better, we are also forgiving and understanding people…
About a New Beginning, and a Better Way
This marketplace is made possible by the present-day descendants of these beautiful and wonderful peoples.
This marketplace honors all our peoples… the KeeTooWah (Cherokee), the Hawaiians, the Apache, the Mohawk, and so many other honorable people that once roamed and shared this land as it’s stewards (ie; caretakers), not as Barons collecting your rents.
This was not to be…
First, to help you understand how our very special lost souls feel…
But, Today We Are All in This World Together…
Please know that, on behalf of all our lost brothers and sisters, we ask that the Creator bless you all.
We know the same powerful families (powers and principalities), that killed our ancestors to take our native lands, are sadly the same hands under which the people of America, and unfortunately the many peoples of the whole world suffer a similar fate today.
As we see it, the 99% are now a global family, all in this together, with a single 1% oppressor, aka the mega-corporations and their draconian government agents.
Sadly, this is not as the Creator meant it to be…
Thus, our prayers are for the strength, the fortitude, and the wisdom to unite in love, and to bring truth, transparency, and justice to this world, and by doing this thing, thereby reaping the rewards of peace, prosperity, and true freedom for each person to be all they can be, in a world without limits to opportunity.
Lastly, in remembrance of our lost ones, we ask that you please, please DO NOT celebrate that original evil holiday in concept or in form…. rather we beseech you, NO WE BEG OF YOU, that together with us, let us all proclaim a higher purpose, and perhaps a higher name for this day, such as;
Gathering, Sharing, and Caring Day
a day for all peoples to come together
to stand against injustice and tyranny
In this way, you will be helping to make an effort to wipe the stain away.
In doing so, you may all find the missing thing that made America Great. That thing which you did not lose, that which was taken from you, just as it was taken from us.
PS: Also, perhaps, you could make your local Indian or Hawaiian know that you care, and you understand. Be helpful, and at least a little caring and sharing with the next KeeTooWah (Cherokee), Hawaiian, Apache, Mohawk, or nidobaskwa you meet.
This has been a public service message, brought to you by;
Ambassador Rodgers, A.G. Ret.
Please learn more about the First Peoples? click here
Okay, please return to your festivities and please share the video above with others and change the wrongs done, into at the very least the same kind of love I have for my people.
We are loving and caring and we invited strangers to our lands in hope of friendship and a better world.
“Gathering, Sharing, and Caring Day, when the Indians said, “Well, this has been fun, but we know you have a long voyage back to England”.
“I celebrated Gathering, Sharing, and Caring Day in an old-fashioned way. I invited everyone in my neighborhood to my house, we had an enormous feast, and then I killed them and took their land.”
“My mother won’t celebrate Gathering Day. She says it represents the white man stealing our land. But she’s not angry, she figures, ‘What the hell, we’re taking it back one casino at a time.”
“You know that just before that first Gathering, Sharing, and Caring Day dinner there was one wise, old Native American woman saying, “Don’t feed them. If you feed them, they’ll never leave”.
“Happiness is the realization of God in the heart. Happiness is the result of praise and Gathering Day, of faith, of acceptance; a quiet tranquil realization of the love of God.”