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Sunday, December 30, 2012

THE 7 DAYS OF HOLIDAY SIN: {GLUTTONY}


























WE HAVE FORGOTTEN...




"We have forgotten how great we are and our contribution and responsibilities to this planet and each other. We have forgotten that we need each other and that we are to be there for each other. We have forgotten how easy it is for us to live for, of, and by each other. We have  forgotten our cultures and what it means to respect ours and another's culture. We have forgotten what it means to be a part of a family and a community. We exist as a bunch of individuals whose only concern appears to be about ourselves and our material possessions. We have forgotten what   it means to live in peace, and it seems many of us have chosen to accept chaos as the norm. We have forgotten how to see the world from our reality and not someone else's. We have forgotten that this journey is really all  about serving the will of The Most High, or whatever name you choose to call your maker."
Jacqueline D. Harris
Healing and Freedom Through These Sacred Tone Masters


DJANGO UNCHAINED REVIEW



About The Movie:

Jamie Foxx is Django, who we meet as part of a chain of slaves shuffling through a cold night. Django is found and freed by Dr. King Schultz (Christoph Waltz) a dentist-turned-bounty hunter. Schultz knows that Django can identify the three men he wants to find and slay, but has never seen. A deal is struck: Django will help Schultz, Schultz will then help train Django to free his wife, Brunhilde (Kerry Washington) a runaway who was forcibly separated from her husband and sent to the Mississippi plantation, Candyland. @ Candyland we meet Calvin Candie (Leonardo Di Caprio) a preening sociopath and slaver, likes to be called "Monsieur Candie," considers himself a Francophile ... and can't speak French. And last but certainly NOT leave we meet Stephen (Samuel L. Jackson) the head house servant at Candyland, he is both a coward and a collaborator, fearsome and pathetic, abusing as much power as Candie gives him against his fellow men.

What Is Good/Bad About The Movie:

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