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"all the people of the world" global unity and prayer
for all effected by 9-11 and other such tragedies


a day of rememberance and renewal


this is a request to everyone to help reverse the evil of 9-11. Let it not be remembered as a day of global tragedy, but a day of global unity.
We must join together in harmony and goodness. In our own way- let us pray for "all effected"--even those who have become lost in the evil of life.

For each Sept. 11 that comes, let us never forget what happened, but also let us find something good in it. We need to heal and we need each other in unity to overcome the evil in this world.

It was a wake up call for "ALL OF US'




 
childof1 -5/26/2002
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