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Supreme Master Ching Hai Day Celebration, Part 1 of 2

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Supreme Master Ching Hai Day Celebration, Part 1 of 2

Twenty-seven years ago, on February 22, Supreme Master Ching Hai was honored for Her contributions to the world by the US states of Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, and Wisconsin. It’s a day to celebrate the act of goodness. This year, vegan kids from around the world carefully prepared programs to express their appreciation and gratitude to Master. “Happy ya ya ya Happy ye ye ye We ar
Kids' Wonderland
2021-02-20   229 megtekintés
Kids' Wonderland
2021-02-20

Every Day is Supreme Master Ching Hai Day

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Every Day is Supreme Master Ching Hai Day

When is Supreme Master Ching Hai Day? Well, there are two, one is on February 22, which is coming up, and the other is on October 25. The first one, October 25, was established in 1993 by the former Mayor Frank F. Fasi of the City and County of Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. “We don't do this very often. But distinguished citizens of the world, who have an impact on the lives of so many people living on t
Kids' Wonderland
2021-02-13   219 megtekintés
Kids' Wonderland
2021-02-13

Be a Loving, Effective Communicator

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Be a Loving, Effective Communicator

Today we are discussing a beautiful and peaceful way of talking that is called Nonviolent Communication. Nonviolent Communication was created by Marshall Rosenberg as a way for people to speak with respect and love while also making sure that everyone gets their needs met. Let’s see an example on the playground! “That’s my favorite toy, I want to play with it!” “No! It’s also my favorite! I
Kids' Wonderland
2021-02-06   431 megtekintés
Kids' Wonderland
2021-02-06

Vegans Are Cool, Part 4

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Vegans Are Cool, Part 4

In today’s show “Vegans Are Cool” Part 4, we will be meeting five kids from four different countries. Each of them will introduce themselves including some of their interests and talents as well as their take on being vegan. First, we have two brothers from Brittany, France. The older brother is the ten-year-old Leo and the younger brother is Raphael, who is seven years old. “I’m ten years
Kids' Wonderland
2021-01-30   295 megtekintés
Kids' Wonderland
2021-01-30

In Search of Happiness

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In Search of Happiness

The planet Oz is a highly technologically advanced society. People have all kinds of conveniences and comforts in life. On the surface, everything is going smoothly and there is nothing to complain about. But deep down, everyone feels something is missing, even though they can’t quite put their fingers on it. One day, the king of Oz summoned his wisest advisor for a consultation. “I’ve been notici
Kids' Wonderland
2021-01-23   326 megtekintés
Kids' Wonderland
2021-01-23

Importance of the R's

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Importance of the R's

Today, we will talk about the “Importance of the R’s.” The major three R’s are Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle. By following these basic guidelines, we lessen our carbon footprint on our planet! Among the things we can do to live a more sustainable lifestyle, reducing our consumption is number one. We can reduce the amount of time we shower, brush our teeth, and use gas or electricity. We can walk or u
Kids' Wonderland
2021-01-16   386 megtekintés
Kids' Wonderland
2021-01-16

The Magical Light

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The Magical Light

Our world is full of light. We see light from the Sun, the Moon, the stars, light from fires, as well as light generated by humanity. Light is an essential part of the world. What is light? Light. Well, that’s a type of energy we use all the time. Through outside all day long, we get light from the Sun that can turn sunlight into useful energy which makes them grow. In addition, animals and humans also depend on plants to flourish. By eating plants, both humans and animals are able to absorb the energy stored within the plant. Sunlight helps the body produce vitamin D and form strong bones. Realizing the healing effects light can have, scientists and doctors have developed light-based therapies to treat certain skin conditions, sleep and psychiatric disorders, and even cancer. Extensive light therapies have been practiced on many advanced planets. “And they don’t use medicine or equipment to heal these kinds of people. They use different kinds of energy, rays or light to heal this kind of patient.” We just discussed the physical lights that are visible, but there are also lights so subtle and refined that most people can’t see them. “The Light around the Buddha and Jesus is called the halo, the magnetic field of the Enlightened One. And the more enlightened a person is, the brighter this Light around him or her. And only when you have opened the wisdom eye can you see a person has Light or not.”Interestingly, in Hawaii, there is a legend passed down from the ancestors about the Bowl of Light. It goes like this: “Each child born has at birth, a Bowl of Perfect Light. If he tends his Light, it will grow in strength, and he can do all things — swim with the shark, fly with the birds, know and understand all things. If, however, he becomes envious or jealous, he drops a stone into his Bowl of Light and some of the Light goes out.” Light, which appears to be a simple phenomenon of the universe, is immensely beneficial for life on earth and beyond. Thanks to light, we see life in glorious colors and shades. What’s more, there is light within us that can shine like the stars if we allow it to happen.
Kids' Wonderland
2021-01-09   371 megtekintés
Kids' Wonderland
2021-01-09

Vegans Are Cool, Part 3

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Vegans Are Cool, Part 3

Today, in Part 3 of our “Vegans Are Cool” series, we will meet four outstanding youths from Taipei, Taiwan, also known as Formosa. Mimi, Joceline, Elsa, and Jimmy each share with us why they think being vegan is the right thing to do. “I feel that eating animals is wrong. Nowadays there’re many vegan restaurants in the world. For example at my school, I often go to the vegan dining hall. Since it’
Kids' Wonderland
2021-01-02   795 megtekintés
Kids' Wonderland
2021-01-02

Quinton and Tangakwunu - Save Our Planet, Part 3 of 3

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Quinton and Tangakwunu - Save Our Planet, Part 3 of 3

In our first 2 parts, polar bears Quinton, and his single dad Tangakwunu were captured by a fishing boat. They were sent to a zoo, where they met their caretaker, Kate, who is a vegan animal lover. In order for the public to realize the dire situation that the animals in slaughter houses are facing, they escaped and traveled to a slaughter house. What are they going to do next? "This event is really to raise public awareness about the impact of veganism on the climate crisis situation." "Unfortunately, we don't have a lot of time. More researchers are now saying that the Arctic ice could be gone entirely, not by 2050, but in four or five years. We are an inch away from the point of no return, and we desperately need the mighty influence of governments and the media to change the outcome. It is threatening our only home, the planet Earth, and we must save it for ourselves and our future generations." "The event held last week, ‘Be Veg, Go Green, 2 Save Our Planet’ has sparked demonstrations in major cities throughout the world, urging government leaders to take actions immediately to stop global warming. They are also demanding every government in the world to convene at the United Nations before it is too late." "During the 11th Emergency Special Session, all meals served will be vegan. A resolution has been approved and passed. That's more than two-thirds of all member nations." "Slaughtering and consuming flesh is unbecoming to human dignity. We must embrace a nobler way of living. I've witnessed what goes on inside a slaughterhouse. Some may say there is a humane way of slaughtering animals, but there is no such thing as a humane killing of ANY being. The word ‘humane’ cannot be accompanied with ‘killing’ or ‘slaughtering’. We animals have emotions, feel pain, and fear being killed. Dear Benevolent Humans, saving the animals will save yourself and our planet. Sincerely with love, Tangakwunu on behalf of your co-inhabitants."
Kids' Wonderland
2020-12-26   257 megtekintés
Kids' Wonderland
2020-12-26

Quinton and Tangakwunu - Save Our Planet, Part 2 of 3

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Quinton and Tangakwunu - Save Our Planet, Part 2 of 3

Climate change is accelerating. The United Nations report warned of global warming causing emissions that come mainly from animal livestock. The livestock industry is responsible for greenhouse gas emissions that are more potent than that of all cars, trucks, boats, airplanes, and trains in the world combined. A worldwide shift to an animal-free, vegan diet would reduce global greenhouse gas emissions by more than 80%. If the world goes vegan, there will be so much positive change, for the animals, the environment, and human health. The ice is melting fast. Go vegan now. "See Quinton, this is the best thing we could do with our fame, to show humans the truth. This will be all over the news, and everyone will see who they are eating, and hopefully change their diet to include only plant-based foods." "We don't belong in the zoos, We belong in the sea. In the Arctic, we live usually so happily, But climate change is changing, melting our lands so quickly. There is a solution, It's really so easy, Be Vegan, We promise it will help all earthlings The animals, the health of all the human beings The environment, the oceans and all the cute fishies. Be Vegan, Be Vegan, earth needs your helping hand. Climate change is melting all of our ice lands. It's the best solution, for you and for me Be Vegan, Just eat fruit and veggies."
Kids' Wonderland
2020-12-19   299 megtekintés
Kids' Wonderland
2020-12-19

Quinton and Tangakwunu - Save Our Planet, Part 1 of 3

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Quinton and Tangakwunu - Save Our Planet, Part 1 of 3

Welcome to Part 1 of the 3-part series, “Quinton and Tangakwunu – Save Our Planet.” Somewhere in the Arctic, a polar bear cub, Quinton, and his dad, Tangakwunu, are living a peaceful life, until an “icequake” strikes. The iceberg they are on falls apart and drifts them away from their home. “What happened?” “Where are we going?” “I don’t know. I’m more concerned that this iceberg will melt if we head further south. And we may bump into humans.” “Mom taught me that it’s not right to take the lives of other beings. We have other things to eat! There’s kelp and other sea plants.” “Okay, kelp it is.” “Something’s coming towards us.” “Humans?” “Must be.” “Dad, what now?” “I’m not sure, but whatever happens, stay close to me.” “Well, so... Quinton's mom, her life was taken by hunters, and I was traumatized… I just couldn’t get over it... So I went to see a guru called Wahkan. Some say he surrendered his ego and became the Spirit of the Arctic... He knew I was coming. Before I turned around to head out, he looked at me once…He was all... love and... that moment I felt like I was connected with... something all powerful.” “The ancient Atlanteans used crystals for everything; communication, healing, weather control, and to increase psychic and supernatural abilities.” “I think the greatest achievement in human history is the establishment of human rights. I know there are still lots to be done, but when it comes to animals... We don't have any rights, alive or dead. Humans are allowed to catch us, eat us, breed us, and lock us in zoos.” “We don't like being locked away in zoos, and in small areas that are not really our home.” “I have a plan. Follow me out. You just have to trust me and be very very quiet.” “Kate, where are we going?” “You’ll see. Somewhere awesome.”
Kids' Wonderland
2020-12-12   401 megtekintés
Kids' Wonderland
2020-12-12

The Beloved Mexican TV Animations: “Cantinflas Show” and “Cleo & Cuquin”

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The Beloved Mexican TV Animations: “Cantinflas Show” and “Cleo & Cuquin”

The first one is called “Cantinflas Show.” It was a television series produced by Televisa, and created by Mario Moreno, better known as Cantinflas. He is Mexico’s most beloved comedian. What I like about Cantinflas is that he is friendly, easy-going, funny, creative, and a good representative for the people of Mexico! Cantinflas traveled to many interesting places around the world, met all kinds
Kids' Wonderland
2020-12-05   383 megtekintés
Kids' Wonderland
2020-12-05

Vegans Are Cool, Part 2 (INT Korean)

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Vegans Are Cool, Part 2 (INT Korean)

Today, in part 2 of our, “Vegans Are Cool” series, we’ll introduce you to two young Korean vegan artists who are sharing their inspirations with the world. First, let’s meet Si-a in Wanju County, North Jeolla, Korea. Si-a has shown great interest in painting and pottery since she was young. She even published a picture book at the age of 10. The book is titled, “The Meaning of Words” and was part
Kids' Wonderland
2020-11-28   660 megtekintés
Kids' Wonderland
2020-11-28

Come Outside to Play with Us

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Come Outside to Play with Us

Haha! Would you like to learn some interesting games that kids from different countries have been playing? Welcome to our show, “Come Outside to Play with Us.” The first game we would like to introduce to you is a traditional game called “Egrang.” To play this game, the participants each need a pair of stilts made with bamboo. The participants then must perform different tasks while using the stilts. Dancing and racing are some of the most common tasks. This game can train the participants to balance, walk gracefully, and build courage. Another one is called rangkuk alu, or tinikling. which is a traditional game played by people in Indonesia, the Philippines, and other countries around the world. It is a form of traditional dance involving two or more people beating, tapping, and sliding bamboo poles on the ground. They compete against each other in coordination with one or more dancers, who step over and in between the poles. There are a lot of benefits to spending time in nature either to play or just hanging out. A study conducted in the UK concluded that after spending time in nature, most children showed improvement with their school work, and became more capable of taking on challenges. As a result, they felt more confident in themselves, and had better relationships with their classmates and teachers. The great scientist, Dr. Albert Einstein, said, “Play is the highest form of research.” Play is the vehicle of children for learning, exploring, developing new skills, and connecting with others. Recent research also indicates that spending time in nature may bring other physical and mental health benefits. Exposure to new environments boosts our immune system, which means we won't get sick as easily. Sunlight provides vitamin D and boosts happiness. By playing outside we can also acquire blessings, along with positive energy from trees, grass, and all the plant life surrounding us. Supreme Master Ching Hai has also mentioned the spiritual blessings we can receive from Nature. “The sun cures your aches and pain, it eliminates toxins through sweat – when it’s hot, you sweat – and also it cures some of the diseases or other ailments. The sun gives benefits to all, bad or good. The sun would glorify the whole Earth that we live on and it gives life to all beings: plants, minerals, animals, etc. The sun gives also people happiness, carefree feeling. The sun is necessary for all on Earth.”
Kids' Wonderland
2020-11-22   221 megtekintés
Kids' Wonderland
2020-11-22

The Happiness Magnets

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The Happiness Magnets

What are “happiness magnets” you may wonder. Well, these are the things that can attract happiness into our lives. Have you ever noticed that some people always seem to be happy and lucky, while others always seem miserable, complain about everything, and experience bad luck? Our story today, “The Two Travelers,” will illustrate this effect. Once upon a time, there was a tailor who could make the best clothes in town. Everyone liked him, not only because of his skills, but also because he was always cheerful and willing to help others. The tailor had a neighbor, the shoemaker, who seemed to be the exact opposite. He was never happy. He was always jealous of others, and wore a long, sour face every day. One day, the tailor decided to go to the capital city to find work. Along the way, he met the shoemaker. They resumed their journey across the forest to the capital, where the royal family lived. Some months later, the two bumped into each other in the street. The shoemaker was satisfied that he was doing better than his old neighbor, and did not offer him any assistance. Eventually the tailor’s sewing shop became prosperous. Eventually, the royal family heard of him and appointed him as their royal tailor. When the shoemaker heard the news about his old neighbor, he became discontented. He then told the king blatant lies about him. One day, the king ordered the guards to bring the tailor before him. “Tailor, I order you to find the crown as you have claimed. If you fail, you must leave this city forever.” Thanks to his duck friend, the tailor delivered the crown to the king the very next day. The king ordered the guard to bring the tailor before him once more. “Tailor, I heard that you have claimed that you could make a miniature sculpture of this palace from wax within 24 hours. I order you to prove your claim.” “Worry not, my friend. My family and I will help you.” The next day, the tailor returned to the forest and found a perfect wax miniature of the palace made by the bees. He brought it to the king right away. In the end, the tailor went on to enjoy a prosperous, happy life, while the shoemaker remained miserable, even though they both lived in the same palace. So, you see, our optimism and virtue attract good things into our lives. They are the happiness magnets. This is a beautiful lesson from the story.
Kids' Wonderland
2020-11-15   634 megtekintés
Kids' Wonderland
2020-11-15

Heal the World with Love, Part 2 of 2

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Heal the World with Love, Part 2 of 2

Despite all the loss and grief inflicted by the COVID-19 pandemic, people across the world have taken actions to spread joy, strength, and healing where it is most needed. SOS From the Kids, a children’s choir from the United Kingdom, became famous for singing about the climate crisis on Britain’s Got Talent. The choir has been honored with a Shining World Hero Award by Supreme Master Ching Hai. During the lockdown, they recorded another song, “Stand As One” via Zoom for all the healthcare workers on the front lines. The proceeds of this song will be given to NHS Charities Together & “Masks For NHS Heroes.” In British Columbia, Canada, 6-year-old Callaghan McLaughlin set up a “drive-by/walk-by joke stand” at the end of his driveway, offering free laughs to lucky neighbors and passersby. He said, "There's a lot of stress in the world, and I kind of want to get some smiles on people's faces." On top of spreading joy and positivity, many children and teens have held fundraisers and donation events for good causes! Tony Hudgell, a five-year old boy with prosthetic legs from the United Kingdom, has raised more than £1 million for the hospital that saved his life. Despite having both legs amputated, Tony was determined to walk 6 miles (close to 10 kilometers) to fundraise for Evelina London Children’s Hospital for saving his life. He was recognized by Supreme Master Ching Hai as a Shining World Compassionate HERO Award laureate. Four siblings from the Pilkington family in Australia, used their own money to donate gift bags to doctors and nurses. Inside each gift bag, they also put their own loving poem to encourage “Superheroes in Scrubs.” These kids generously share whatever they have with others. What a blessing to have so many angels grace our planet.
Kids' Wonderland
2020-11-08   592 megtekintés
Kids' Wonderland
2020-11-08

Heal the World with Love, Part 1 of 2

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Heal the World with Love, Part 1 of 2

Despite all the loss and grief inflicted by the COVID-19 pandemic, people across the world have taken actions to spread joy, strength, and healing where it is most needed. In our two-part show, we want to highlight some of the noble children and teens who have gone above and beyond for the greater good. Two boys from India, Jashith Narang and Ayush Sankaran, took advantage of the precious lockdown time by developing a Smartphone app, called “Climate catastrophe – Earth in Dearth in only seven days.” Users can calculate their carbon footprint based on their daily activities. It also has two games; one is about deforestation and the other is about renewable energy. Their app won an award in the App Inventor Hackathon 2020, held by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Stephen Wamukota, a nine-year-old boy from Kenya, independently built two simple devices from wooden window frames; these contraptions help people wash and sanitize their hands, without worrying about frequently touched surfaces, like faucet handles and soap dispensers. His invention won him the Presidential Order of Service, Uzalendo (Patriotic) Award from His Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta. A 12-year-old boy from San Francisco, USA named Mizan Rupan-Tompkins invented a smart tool to help people avoid germs. He was inspired with the idea when he noticed his parents were struggling to open doors using their sleeves. He used a 3-D printer to make hook-like devices called, “Safe Touch Pro” in order to minimize interacting with high-touch-surfaces. High-touch-surfaces are objects people interact with frequently to get around, such as door handles, elevator buttons, and ATMs! A 13-year old Canadian boy named Warren Richmond made face shields for health care workers. My young friends, what’s a good deed that you plan to do? What can we do with our “Two Hands”?
Kids' Wonderland
2020-10-31   411 megtekintés
Kids' Wonderland
2020-10-31

Vegan Kids Got Talent! Part 2 of 2

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Vegan Kids Got Talent! Part 2 of 2

Did you know that tomorrow, October 25, is Supreme Master Ching Hai Day? Kids’ Wonderland would like to dedicate Part 2 of, “Vegan Kids Got Talent!” to our beloved Supreme Master Ching Hai. We have budding singers, dancers, and musicians from around the world who are not only talented, but also have one thing in common: they’re vegan! Let’s get right to our show today by meeting an amazing harpist
Kids' Wonderland
2020-10-24   475 megtekintés
Kids' Wonderland
2020-10-24

Vegan Kids Got Talent! Part 1 of 2

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Vegan Kids Got Talent! Part 1 of 2

Today is Part 1 of Vegan Kids Got Talent! We are delighted to present you with incredible talents from Indonesia, Âu Lạc, also known as Vietnam, and California, USA. Traveling now to the beautiful nation of Indonesia, we have a teenage singer named Kentdy, singing a traditional Batak song called, “Alusi Au.” “We humans have various ideals The expectations of each person are so different. Wealth, success, and dignity are what some people are searching for. For others, fame is the most important thing. My ideals are a bit different from others, so are my hopes. Even though it is kind of silly, please do not make fun of me. Everything that I just mentioned, I achieved none. My ideals are very different from others. It’s really your love that I aspire for. It’s really your friendliness that I yearn for. You’re compassionate, dear, please don’t let me down. How does your heart feel? Please tell me, answer me.” In Âu Lạc , also known as Vietnam, some vegan friends put together a fun dance! Let’s watch! We have one more talented vegan to meet for this episode. She is a teenager from California, USA! Let’s sit back and enjoy Jessica’s performance. “I love writing and my teachers always say that I'm very passionate about what I write and I'm very articulate (with) my words. I normally write about pressing matters such as climate change, and movements that are going on.” “Being vegan will solve so many problems that this world has. The world I dream of is a vegan world where there's no discrimination based on color, ethnicity, or the way you talk. My dream world is somewhere where animals are free to go wherever they want to. And for every kid to have the equal opportunity to excel in school and into anything that they put their hearts to.”
Kids' Wonderland
2020-10-17   448 megtekintés
Kids' Wonderland
2020-10-17

The Girl Who Listens to Her Heart

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The Girl Who Listens to Her Heart

The tale begins with a young Ethiopian girl named Aida. After her father passed away, her mother was always busy working and caring for the family’s basket weaving business. This left Aida and her sister Fana to take care of all the housework. However, Fana didn’t like to do chores and refused to help. She only cared about her beauty and was too preoccupied with looking at herself. Aida then took on the responsibility of cleaning and cooking for the family. She helped her mother weave baskets in her free time too. One day Aida finished her housework early, and went to the roof of the house to work on a beautifully woven basket with colorful threads. But suddenly, a gust of wind blew her basket off the roof and into a neighbor’s yard! "My father’s basket! I must go and find it!" "Please pardon my intrusion Āyatē, my basket fell from my roof and into your garden and I would like to retrieve it, if you don’t mind." "You may get your basket if you do some chores for me." Aida was not afraid of hard work, and she was happy to help the old woman. The old woman took her into the kitchen. …Aida did what the old woman told her and was given back the basket at the end. When she got home, she was very worried that her mother would be angry that she was late. But Fana and her mother didn’t know who the beautiful girl at the door was! "It’s me! Aida. Why don’t you recognize me?" "Aida?! How have you become so beautiful?" After Aida told them about the old woman and everything she was asked to do, Fana was eager to become beautiful too. She decided to go and do the same. She went home excited and knocked at the door. "Who are you? How can we help you?" "Mother, it’s me!" "Why are you so ugly? What did you do?" "Mother, I did all of it! I destroyed the kitchen, uprooted the garden, and I cut off all the hair of the old woman, exactly like I was told to do." "Aida! Can you explain this?" "I am sorry, Fana. That Āyatē did ask me to destroy her kitchen and garden and also to cut her hair - but I didn’t do those things. I listened to my heart instead, and I did what I believed was the right thing to do." Years later, after the old woman died, some people in the village plunged themselves in the pools and discovered the secret. It turned out that the pools made a person look on the outside the way they were on the inside. They remembered Aida – the girl who listened and understood the hearts of others. She showed her loving kindness and cared for those in need. Aida’s true beauty shines from within.
Kids' Wonderland
2020-10-10   535 megtekintés
Kids' Wonderland
2020-10-10
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