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June 17, 2009


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Rebecca Cheeks, PhD

I really like this post. I've been thinking about Facebook and connectivity a lot lately, as it pertains to a personal crisis. It has facilitated positive energy, thoughts, prayers, thoughtful meditation, whatever you want to call it and in whatever language is of your heart, to be sent to my nephew and our family during a time of crisis. This is a very good thing, and it is giving our family the oblique muscles to frame our hearts and soothe our minds in a real time of need.

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