Avatar . . . The Real Story!

AVATAR

My version of the movie poster
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Neytiri

Neytiri was the female hero in the movie Avatar
Neytiri was the female hero in the movie Avatar | Source

Comments from the Peanut Gallery

Here are just a few comments from our fellow Americans . . . .

• I wouldn't claim to be attached to that eco-tard wanna-be sci-fi version of "Dances with Wolves"

• I actually thought James stole the plot from Pocahantas

• It's just a modern version of Fern Gully

• Dances with Fern Gully Wolves

• Plot to Avatar.....boy meets girl ..they don't like each other at 1st... then love each other... then have a falling out ....then live happily ever after....somehow that sounds vaguely familiar

• The writer for Ferngully so sue too. Avatar basically ripped that entire movie.

• Cameron was also sued by Harlan Ellison in the 80s for lifting the plot of "The Terminator" from an Outer Limits episode he wrote. The case was so open-and-shut that Jimmy C settled out of court for big bucks.

• C'mon, everyone knows that Avatar ripped off Dances with Wolves.• Avatar was stolen from pochantas. Native people in a beautiful land, in tune with nature, had a magical holy tree that they can talk too, forienger falls in love with daughter of cheiftan, jealous betrothed of said daughter, 2 sides fight, have magical sentient animals, same movie.

• Then everyone who ever wrote a Cowboys and Indians story needs to file suit against him too. If someone makes it big (e.g., hard work, luck, or the lottery) there is always someone out there to steal it from you.

• I always thought Avatar was a rip off of Dances with Wolves or The Last Samurai, take your pick they are both the same basic premise, just told in a sci-fi format. With maybe a little of the Emerald Forest thrown in for a touch of variety. Maybe the makers of those films should sue Eric Ryder.

Taking A Ride

Avatar transportation
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History Lesson

While cruising the internet I came across an article on Yahoo about James Cameron being sued for stealing the idea for his movie Avatar from another writer, unfortunately this is a common practice in the movie industry that goes widely unreported. In this article I help to explain Avatar the real story as more of a history lesson. than sci-fi thriller.

What stunned me to my core was the comments section below the article, where comment after comment made it abundantly clear that almost everyone had missed the whole point of the movie. I was floored, it was beyond belief that these people obviously had no clue to what the true meaning behind the flick was.

I wanted to SCREAM, How Truly Stupid is America? Have we been so conditioned to allow others to do our thinking for us we cannot connect the dots in a simple sci-fi movie!

Then I began to reflect on what was NOT being said and found that most if not all weren't thinking outside the box, they weren't thinking at all. They were just repeating what their limited perspective and version of history allowed for.

Most of the comments indicated that America related the story to either Dances With Wolves, Pocohantas or Fern Gully, of which none are even close in my opinion. When dealing with a public so oblivious to their own history, it shouldn't be a surprise that they can't think in the abstract or employ the use symbolism in their critical thinking skills or lack there of.

Being an early American history buff I could write a whole article about the inconsistencies and anachronisms that showed up in Dances with Wolves, as that movie made me cringe from the disinformation it spread. By the time Dunbar reached the Western Frontier the Sioux would have been well acquainted with the migration West as the Gold Rush happened before the Civil War not after.

Based on the comments perhaps I give Cameron to much credit, as I thought for sure that his premise for the movie was based on the very first Humans. The first Humanoids that had the first original thoughts . . .

I think, therefore I am!

The first humanoid creatures to have conscious thoughts were obviously tree dwellers and probable began their civilizations in the trees themselves, as trees offered the only true protection from predators that they could find, day or night. They built their homes or nest in the trees with branches and other materials to allow a safe haven to sleep in.

Although fire was discovered fairly early on, not by lightening, but with original thinking, it wasn't used for cooking until they moved to the ground much later in their social development. One must remember or realize that large trees would provide for a thinking reasoning intelligence everything they would need from transportation and safety to food and shelter.

Because the human species began their sentient existence million's of years ago, when plants an animals were much larger than they are today, it afforded our ancestors a much broader range of trees in which to live. Many of the trees a million's of years ago were the size of our current Redwoods and larger, offering our tree dwelling ancestors of yesterday a natural setting in which to live and travel.

So much of the early human's social structure was built around the trees they lived in. They would have built their 'cities' in the trees also and because wood is biodegradable nothing would remain of these vast social structures. Our first and only ancestors were more akin to a modern Lemur than a monkey, hence the ancient civilization known as Lemur, the adversaries of the Atlantean's.

Yes, that would mean that we had tails that weren't just for show!

Although Darwinism is certainly an interesting concept, it holds no water and is so full of holes that even the author Darwin himself had serious misgivings about linking his name to the work. He almost aborted the project and only completed his book of theories because of some serious donations (money) and some serious persuading from the TPTB to create a plausible explanation that differed from Creationism (the Church).

This was done to offer the common man skeptical of creationism, yet unwilling to use critical thinking, a reasonable alternative to the Bibles Genesis story!

He felt, based on some of his letters written before his death, that there was no way true intellectuals would subscribe to his theories and that he wouldn't be taken seriously . . . aaaah he would truly spin in his grave if he knew how far his theories have been taken!

There came a time in our early beginnings when our ancestors spent more and more time on the ground and not long after we had moved permanently to the ground, a race of Aliens came to our Planet seeking precious minerals for their dying Planet (see The 12th Planet). These Aliens barely recognized us as even being sentient and I doubt they saw us as anything more than food or sport or pets and certainly not a threat.

They claimed the Planet as their own and went about mining the precious minerals they needed.

There are many books that subscribe to this theory of our beginnings (The Urantia Book) and just because many Americans are unaware of these theories doesn't even begin to make them less credible. The censorship of ideas, books and concepts in our society today is truly appalling and because these ideas may seem new or even fantasy to the average reader only supports my contention that America has been dulled by the same old rhetoric for hundreds of years.

Many of our own bestscientist, archeologists and writers have been discouraged, ridiculed and even blacklisted from making a living for simple voicing their ideas let alone trying to publish anything that goes against orthodox history (Geologist Virginia Steen-McIntyre). This attitude of ignorance has gone on far too long and I applaud Hub Pages for allowing these writers to share their knowledge with America and the World.

"When a true genius appears in this world, you may know him by this sign, that the dunces are all in confederacy against him." - Jonathan Swift

To me, what I have found even more incredible than some of the ancient discoveries made by archeologists is that Google refuses to list the more controversial sites, unless one searches specifically by the name of the leading archeologists. This is true censorship by the establishment and prevents the average man from realizing the true extent that orthodox historians (The Powers That Be) have gone to keep us in the dark.


Avatar Symbolism

For me, the movie Avatar was symbolic of our early history, the Na'vi playing the role of early Humans on Earth and the Humans playing the role of Alien Miners on Pandora.

Because the idea of our early history from tree dwelling Lemurs to ground dwelling bipeds has been largely censored from our history books, many people have never made the connection.

Although Avatar had a relatively happy ending, depending on ones perspective, the possibility of the Na'vi actually kicking this technologically superior race off their planet is typical of the fantasy of all movies. However putting the impracticality of such a notion aside, I believe the movie was intended to awaken in humanity the connection between our species and Mother Earth.

The main point of the movie is to show that every living sentient being no matter where you live has the freedom, a gift from the Prime Creator, to make the choice to do the right thing or die trying or do wrong. This choice is what will separate the humans that will Ascend in the new order of life or remain behind.

That we have been fed a systematic pattern of disinformation to our true beginnings is obvious to me, but perhaps less so to my fellow humans.

This should not come as a surprise to me, but is, due in large part to my ignorance of the wide spread censorship of ideas and lack of critical thinking my fellow humans practice on a daily basis.

Many concepts and ideas that I take for granted as common knowledge, such as there being three buildings (Building 7) that were completely destroyed on 9/11 to the real reason marijuana was made illegal, still to this day take me by surprise when I find that reasonable informed people (sheeple) are unaware of them.

There are a great deal of interesting concepts that have not been explored by the movie industry, such as the Hollow Earth concept and the true beginnings of mankind to Native Americans before the white man arrived such as the movie Wind Walkers. Here is a movie with no white men in the entire movie, a truly refreshing concept, set in a time before their arrival in the Western Frontier, but perhaps that is a subject for another hub . . .

I offer my perspective of the World for those willing to think outside the box and no longer require proof to know or feel the truth in their hearts!

I hope I have helped those looking for the truth behind Avatar the real story!

The True Point of Avatar

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Comments 33 comments

RobSchneider 5 years ago

Lucky for you, I'm at a loss for words. Suffice it to say that I voted this hub up. Newtonian science and Darwinism are two concepts I bought into for years. When I finally began to see cracks in their facades, it was like the universe opened up to me. Keep chipping away, nutard. Your hubs are breaths of fresh air.

ps: Avatar was a great movie. Thanks for the reminder.


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somethgblue 5 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee Author

Rob,

I just watched the movie again and believe that although the movie is definitely about our beginnings it is also about making a choice.

It is time now for me to write about my recovery from drugs and alcohol!

It is also time to make others aware that TPTB are going to make every sentient being on this Planet make a choice to either live in the service of self or in the service of others.

We can either die doing the right thing or die doing the wrong thing, we have the choice.

That is a gift the Prime Creator has given to us all to have the freedom to make that choice. Every human knows in their heart the difference between right and wrong whether they are willing to accept this or not is beside the point.

The point is Ascension . . . to attempt to achieve a closer conscious choice to do right by the Prime Creator. We can change the World one human at a time!


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unvrso 4 years ago from Mexico City

I saw the movie. It provoked in me some kind of inner thinking that took me from the creation of man on Earth through the posibility of the existence of life in other planets. I think is a good movie analysis somethgblue. I look forward to read more of your articles.


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somethgblue 4 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee Author

Check out the Hollow Earth article and let me know what you think, the topic is interesting to say the least . . . and if it is fiction why so much secrecy?


RobSchneider 4 years ago

I just read this hub again and was struck by this paragraph:

"The main point of the movie is to show that every living sentient being no matter where you live has the freedom, a gift from the Prime Creator, to make the choice to do the right thing or die trying or do wrong."

I don't know how I missed this before. It's one of the most profound things I've ever read. Whether our personal belief system is limited to the mundane or includes the possibility of a control system (like reptilians), the opportunity and responsibility to speak and act according to an intuitive knowledge of the difference between plain old good and evil remains and that's all that really matters.

Thanks for writing these hubs. Some of the stuff is a stretch for me, but that's often because of my previous conditioning.


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somethgblue 4 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee Author

There is a method to my madness Rob and that is to allow folks to ponder the truth while choosing to do the right thing. What gets me about TPTB is the fact that they should be attempting to take the human race to the next level as Ascension is inevitable.

The Source Field Investigation is the book you should read if your interested in advancements by the Russian Scientific community.


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vtwilli 4 years ago from Baton Rouge, Louisiana

I must say that i agree with this statement

"I believe the movie was intended to awaken in humanity the connection between our species and Mother Earth"

I am however not concurring with the fact that we were maybe tree dwellers or any thing but human. I believe that God the father created more than one version of this earth. I believe that human sub-species were created prior to the fall of Satan. I believe this because in the book of Genesis chapter 1 verse 26, it says "let us make man in our own image..according to our likeness. Then in verse 27 it says, "So God created man in his own image, male and female he created them both" Then in chapter 2, verse 7, "God formed man of the dust of the round, and breathed into his nostrils and the breath of life" Chapter 2 verse 18. "...it is not good that man should be alone I will make him a helper comparable to him. Chapter three introduces the serpent; we know that Satan fell to the earth like lightening yet he was already on the earth when Adam and Eve were created. Which means he fell before they were created. Now we know that man was made in the image of God, but who's image were the angels made in? I do not believe they were made in the image of God because he would not have made a distinction when stating how he would create them...in his or our image.

I said that to say this. Any thing (life force) that is not of this earth is considered extraterrestrial, there for whether it be angels or devils that walk upon this plain it is considered not of this world. I believe that when God cast Satan out of heaven his fall to the earth like lightening destroyed what life was already here. Since we do not know what angels look like and since the bible tells of no subjects relating to dinosaurs or cave men, who is to say that what was destroyed was not God's first creations and are what we know as cave men, tree dwellers and dinosaurs? The mention of giants in the bible is also found in the book of Genesis chapter 6 verse 2, "that the sons of God saw the daughters of men that they were beautiful". Here again a distinction now we know that the sons of God and man and angels were different species. Lucifer was an angel of light but an angel none the less.

I do not believe that we evolved i.e. trees, ameba, ape...so forth. I believe that our design was perfected.

I enjoyed reading this hub it was an eye opener. It is amazing what it hidden in plain sight. Your observations are well presented and I will be following your success. I am also pleased with your manner of feedback with your audience, and your points are well defined.


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somethgblue 4 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee Author

'Since we do not know what angels look like', why has the Bible left this out, after all they describe everything else one is to believe why leave this part out, why don't we know what they look like?

Anyway it was a good novel, but a little weak on the ending, not bad though!


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somethgblue 4 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee Author

I believe this because in the book of Genesis chapter 1 verse 26, it says "let us make man in our own image..according to our likeness.

So according to your own statement you must know what God looks like, could you please describe him to me, I've never seen him/her, after all if you don't know what God looks like then how can you know man was made in his/her image?

Again, it was an interesting book but not anything I would base a whole religion on. besides one can feel God in ones heart and soul, why would you need someone else to describe that feeling for you.

God gave us all a brain, just use it, the Bible is like TV . . . here let me tell you what to think and how to think it!


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vtwilli 4 years ago from Baton Rouge, Louisiana

This was nothing less than I expected. I wish you continued success in your writing and hubbing. We are both adamant in our stances and with respect I attempt to understand your logic. Thank you for sharing your opinions with me and others on this public forum

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somethgblue 4 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee Author

Then stop quoting the bible to people I can read the Bible I don't need people quoting their religion to me, it is offensive!

Feel free to practice what ever belief you choose, but that is why people get turned off to Bible thumpers!

"The faith of Jesus attained the purity of a child's trust. His faith was so absolute

and undoubting that it responded to the charm of the contact of fellow beings and

to the wonders of the universe."


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somethgblue 4 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee Author

Go away VTWILL your negativity is not welcome here!


Phoebe Pike 4 years ago

I loved this hub! It was witty and at some parts quite comical. It really is a shame that many people do not hear about the lawsuit you mentioned more often...

I have not seen Avatar completely yet, I always have to leave before the end or I come into a room that has the middle playing. But I might have to sit down and watch it to see if I agree with your take on it's meaning.


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somethgblue 4 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee Author

I deem you worthy, doesn't that feel good! (sorry I have a strange sense of humor)

It mirrors the creation story in the Urantia book, without us playing the invading Aliens.

I don't follow the logic of Dances with Wolves, but most of the human race doesn't make any sense to me, I mean why would we base our whole civilization on a finite fuel supply, anyway I digress.

You know RighterOne really does have an open mind, for the most part, probably just likes to argue. I know I do.

I'm a graphic artist by trade so all the special effects and background paintings are really good.

thanks for stopping by!


Phoebe Pike 4 years ago

I have nothing against RighterOne. My words tend to read a bit harsh when they are written with a smile. It's kind of like the word "what"... depending on how it is said it can be taken many different ways. *Shrug*

Graphic designing must be a lot of fun. One of my friends is studying it in college and I sometimes dabble in it. I'm not good at it of course, but I enjoy playing with it on occasion.


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somethgblue 4 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee Author

Like anything it is practice and getting to know your tools, for instance many of the graphics for my hub pages I do myself. I could do a lot more, but am lazy.

Next time you write a hub and want some cool graphics let me know and maybe I can do some for you, they don't take very long for instance . . .

. . . . if you wanted to enhance some text or something you could do it say on what ever is on your computer, whether it is PC of Mac doesn't matter save it as a PNG and then use it as a photo and there ya go.

Yeah it is hard to tell when some one is joking on the computer, especially me as my sense of humor is way out there.


Phoebe Pike 4 years ago

Thanks, I might take you up on that. I made a picture, but it was only done in the "paint" application, so it didn't turn out very well. It's on this hub- http://phoebepike.hubpages.com/hub/Tell-Me-Tell-Me...


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somethgblue 4 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee Author

I'll check it out, the art I do that is really quick usually turns out the best, but on the other hand, the Leafy Sea dragon that is on, Trust the Word of One Who Knows http://hubpages.com/religion-philosophy/Trust-The-... and the little comic book hero at the top of the page took a long time.

Anyway a friend of mine just published a hub about a stupid argument I had with another hubber and I'm going to go read that and be embarrassed and then I'll check yours out.


nigma 4 years ago

i have watched the movie the first time it aired with my other friends. everyone was so taken by it. they all thought it was epic.

i have mixed thoughts about it, but there are some good messages we can take with us from the movie. first of all, the human race that was depicted in the movie was evil as hell. that ego maniac soldier and their agenda just reflect what majority of the people have become in today's world; egoist capitalist dumbos. on the other hand, there is the na'vis who live according to nature's rules/ yet they are also somehow evil and misguided. only we see that neytiri is nice from them race and from human race jake.

what i take from it therefore is that all cultures have their misguided beliefs. and there will always be very few people who will see the truth and share the love and peace. neytiri and jake prove that


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somethgblue 3 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee Author

Yes, every species have their agenda however being in tune with nature and nurturing your own planet does not seem to fit the category of evil, at least to me.

Thanks for reading it!


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Jen Card 3 years ago

"The phenomenon of an avatar (descent of God in human and other forms)" per Wikipedia

I see the message in the title as clear. This was a very spiritual movie. Not only did it have the mix of many Indigenous tribes from the attire down to the jewelry of the Elder Shaman woman's necklace, which was African. James Cameron took it to great heights I thought to create the form of the Omaticaya people, in the likeness of which in Cherokee art can be seen as the Panther Clan, the people that heal through use of the plant kingdom medicine. In the art work of these clans they are very tall, cat faces not to mention they are blue!

It was kind of a "Christ" geared movie if you ask me. Showing that Jake took on another form (astro-projection?) lol to go in and help save the people. God came down in the form of Christ? To save us? The movie was a story we have seen time and time again and no still gets it. There were multiple messages and it comes down to the individual... we all see things differently.

I personally saw something more, as I am a sappy romantic and I saw an injured warrior with no real interest left in human life, that had lost so much and still remain some what humbled but had no cause to lead... became a savior and fell in love with his true self which brought about true love. Once again and as always...excellent hub. Hugs and a thumb up! ;)


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somethgblue 3 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee Author

Well, thank you . . . I've thought about revising and editing this hub many times as I come off a little strong in the language at the beginning however I always stop short because that is the way I felt at the time.

In hindsight perhaps I should as everyone has a right to their own opinion no matter how narrow minded it maybe.

I like your interpretation of the movie also and after all life is about learning from our mistakes, so maybe I'll just leave it in its original form and learn from it.

I generally do not call my readers stupid anymore so I am learning . . . !


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Jen Card 3 years ago

We all are just students on a big rock right? lol Your style makes you the writer you are (a good one) ... hope you won't change a thing.


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somethgblue 3 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee Author

I will always write what I believe in and stand up for the principles that I believe however I reserve the right to change my mind at anytime based on new information.

Show me a man that has enough self confidence in themselves to say "I don't know but I will find out" and I'll show you a man, period end of story!

We live in a society where everyone is afraid of being wrong and so we often do not learn from our mistakes because we are afraid to make any. I have learned the hard way that I was wrong about a great many things however at some point I found the courage to face my wrongs and do something about it.

Now I refuse to let the fear of being wrong hold me back from doing and writing about the things I believe in and if I'm wrong I will own it, learn from it and move on.

'Students on the Big Rock' maybe the title to my new hub, with your permission of course?


Cindy 3 years ago

Taking the X-Files and Scientology a little too seriously, aren't we?


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somethgblue 3 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee Author

Don't watch TV, haven't for years and other than Battlefield Earth haven't read any L. Ron Hubbard, so don't really no what you're referring too, except I'm sure it is your sad attempt for clever wit.

If you have something meaningful to add feel free to share otherwise go back to YouTube.


UnacceptableNegro 3 years ago

I feel like you may be holding back a little


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somethgblue 3 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee Author

Yes, sarcasm being one of my favorite forms of communication I'm picking up what you're putting down. If I were to share what I truly feel I would be banned from my own article.

Movies and TV are the favorite tool of The Powers That Be to spread their disinformation, lies and deception and when folks miss the main point while trying to show their clever wit it has a tendency to bring out the nutard in me, guilty as charged!


UnacceptableNegro 3 years ago

I was responding to your main article. Would you say that Avatar is even deeper then you could go into on this page because some things will never be able to be brought to light due to the severity of the info, which?


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somethgblue 3 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee Author

Without a doubt there is even more aspects to the story which had I disclosed them would have left many grasping to comprehend.

The Urantia Book has a rather unique story of mankind's beginning or when the first human became conscious in which it talks about the first humans living in trees (resembling Lemurs, hence the ancient civilization of Lemur) but beyond that if you consider how the soul creates the living body or animates it, then aren't we all but Avatars?

If all the world is a stage and we simply incarnate on this planet as actors, then who we are is a culmination of our past life experiences shaping our future.

If we could see ourselves through the eyes of others would we recognize ourselves?


UnacceptableNegro 3 years ago

I will definitely check that book out. Everything you said makes sense or could make sense. By nature I've always been the type that just always had a different outlook on things and because of that I've been called crazy. (Especially among my own race). Thanks for responding and most of all thanks for having an open mind.


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somethgblue 3 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee Author

The purpose for your incarnation at this time could very well be to share your unique view of the world, after all you never know when what you say or do may reach some one that is seeking but is too afraid to ask or search and needs guidance.

When I got my own epiphany I was reading an online book called the Terra Papers by Robert Morning Sky about the history of our solar system told through the eyes of an alien.

Then all the ideas, concepts, theories and books I had read of humanities existence and history fell into place and I literally knew that the true nature of reality was far different than what we have been taught. However I also realized that if I ever tried to tell someone that they would never believe me and the only way to find the truth is to find it on your own.


UnacceptableNegro 3 years ago

Powerful and Encouraging words

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