peace & nonviolence

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brenda triana

As I sit here on the eve of the eighth 9-11 Remembrance, I find the image is still fresh in my mind. I also find the question I asked eight years ago - could this have been prevented - is also still fresh in my mind. I know the answer is YES, but not in a way of prevention or monitoring or collecting information or connecting-the-dots. read more »

One who never forgets, in retrospect WHY tragedy has beset them, gains the courage toward action and cooperation in preventing future catastrophe... thus honoring the sacrifice made.

One who learns nothing more from the sacrifice of others, than to perpetuate their own ignorance, serves only to disrespect the memory of the fallen...

C.H.A.O.S.

Top Former Generals Denounce Cheney For Torture

Posted on Fri, Sep. 11, 2009
http://www.miamiherald.com/opinion/other-views/v-print/story/1227832.html

Fear was no excuse to condone torture

BY CHARLES C. KRULAK and JOSEPH P. HOAR

Charles C. Krulak was commandant of the Marine Corps from 1995 to 1999. read more »

This,

"is in my opinion",

the perfect prayer,

THE MASS

{complete copy included}

said worldwide,

continuously there are many praying,

meant to be said at least once a week in community ,

Then go and live within Gods law,

given to us by Jesus,

"Love God above all,

and treat others as we would like to be treated "

and read more »

People do not like change. We do what we can to keep the status-quo, no matter how painful or difficult. Why? Because it feels comfortable, and please don't ask me to change, to do something different, because then I will be UNcomfortable. read more »

Alice Walker, author of "Color Purple", visited Gaza in March, 2009,
with Code Pink, to join with Gazan women on International Women's Day.
The Code Pink group came to Gaza just one day after our US Gaza
Delegation (USGD) entered Gaza on March 6 (USGD: four Greater
Clevelanders, two Chicagoans, a social worker and a doctor from read more »

PLEASE CONTACT THE WHITEHOUSE NOW AND ASK PRESIDENT OBAMA TO PRESSURE PRESIDENT MUBARAK TO OPEN THE BORDER WITH GAZA:
Phone Numbers
Comments: 202-456-1111
Switchboard: 202-456-1414
FAX: 202-456-2461
TTY/TDD
Comments: 202-456-6213
Visitors Office: 202-456-2121
EMAIL:
Contact the White House read more »

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