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(@roberta)
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WE NEED TO GET THOSE THAT IS IN PRISON FOR NONVOIELT CRIME TO HELP OUT WITH THE CLEAN UP THE MESS. THAT THE DEVIL LEFT


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(@robertamccollum)
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WE NEED TO PUT PRAYER BACK IN SCHOOL NO MATTER IF YOU DONT PRAY THEN LEAVE THE ROOM UNTIL PRAY IS OVER


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(@truffles)
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MY PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU AND WITH ME FOR THE FIRST TIME IN A LONG TIME


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(@myounes)
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my prayers is for all of the people who were in the attacked god is with all of you and is watching out for all of us i wish i could help i feel bad forwhat has happen to all of you that were there keep god in your prayers and he will watch over you bless every one of you


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(@donna)
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written by Donna

god bless all the people effected by yesterday's disaster my thoughts and prayers are with you. god is watching over us.


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(@eytang)
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Hi my name is Eytan from Belgium

I think now it is not important if you are catholic or jeweish or white or black this are all pople out there screaming for help and we ...with our prayers can help them not physicly but moraly and show that we are solidar with them.
This message is for everybody and consurnes everybody because we are one world with one population and we are all human beeings and live for the same reasen.


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(@darinchutter)
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As a United Kingdom resident do not think that the people of New York and indeed the whole of the United States are not in my heart at the moment.Ihave made many great friends whilst in the U.S.A. and still believe that you are fortunate to live in the most secure and free country in the world.God bless America and let justice be swift and make those animals accountable for what they have done,not just to you but to all freedom loving people in this world.


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please pray for help for every one that was missing or hurt. god will help us all!!!!!


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(@concernedhuman)
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"A Message to All Americans"
September 15, 2000


"The message that follows this one is from all of us at the Spirit of Ma'at. We hope that perhaps the ideas it expresses can help to empower us in this moment of darkness.

But first — now that four days have slowly slipped by — my soul would like to speak to you, if you wish to listen, about something I see as a core issue in all that is happening.

We Americans have been watching life go by as though it were a surrealist movie. On TV, we see the flames of wars and watch them burn — Israel and Palestine, NATO, Kosiva, Iraq, Iran, India and Pakistan, Columbia and the drug guerrillas, North and South Korea, Russia, Chechnya, Ireland, England. We see the incredible pain. But it doesn't affect us directly. We have become numb to the violence. Numbness appears to be our only way of dealing with the tragedies of life. We feel very little in our hearts and bodies. In fact, most of us are barely in our bodies. We exist mostly in our minds and in the images.

It is all so removed.

And within our own society are ills that weaken us in our own eyes and in those of the world, and again, we are numb. We do not feel in our hearts the pain of the children who are raped, tortured, and made to serve the perpetrators of child pornography. We are numb to child abuse and people abuse, murder and violence on our streets and in our homes. We accept divorce as the natural order of things.

We witness the suffering of the world's people, the ravages of hunger and starvation. We face horrible diseases that threaten all life. And even more devastating, we see our Mother Earth herself dying, in her final gasps for life. CNN brings all of this to our eyes in massive doses, and we let it all into our living rooms, watching our little boxes, playing in our fantasy world, eating and drinking our fine foods and wines.

How could we allow ourselves to feel the true pain of it all? To feel such pain could almost kill us. So we don't feel it. It never happens to us.

What now? The pain is here. Not just at our doorstep, but here, within our homeland. What do we do now?

Whatever we do, I doubt if we will continue in the old way.

In the past, we have reacted to conflict with emotional violence of our own. In families, this almost always leads to pain and divorce. In the world, in this case, it leads to war. Real war, that will surely be fought worldwide, but this time, most likely, also in our own neighborhoods.

Supporting this war is one of our options.

But there is another option. It begins by first understanding why this is happening to us. I say this because I don't believe that we do understand. We really are too far removed from life.

I think we must learn to feel the pain that is worldwide. When we see a child burning in India or a little baby dying of starvation in Africa or bombs dropping on beautiful villages snuggled in the countryside, as a nation our hearts could respond as One. We could change this world by our love instead of our violence.

So I say that when we can understand and feel the pain of our distant brothers and sisters, then perhaps we will have the wisdom to know what to do about this horrible tragedy we have all just experienced as a nation.

The world can come together and say, "No more terrorism." We can let go of all terrorism, even our own, and find a way to make peace real. This seems to me to be the only answer. We create our world by our lives. We can create a world without terrorism if we wish and focus upon that.

But we do have to wish and focus upon a peaceful world — not stare at the TV in a coma. We have to come alive and do things that will make a difference.

The unity that we are all feeling now is a place of strength that could be the catalyst that alters the world in such a way that terrorism is a distant memory. Or it could become the energy that drives a lynch mob into chaos and perpetuates the pain and war, with the real possibility that this course could bring an end to civilization as we know it. It is our choice.

In a marriage — which is much like what we have now, since we cannot leave the Earth — the object is not to kill the other person, even if the other person may be making our lives uncomfortable or even painful. If we decide to solve our problems with murder, we are no different from those we consider evil. Finding a way where both people — both sides of any conflict — can live together and love and respect one another is probably the only response that will save the Earth.

For World War Three will almost surely take away the life of our Mother.

But before we can respond in a healthy manner, we first must feel, we must care, or there is nothing. We need to get out of our Lazyboys, stand up, and change our world into a planet of peace.

Through prayer and inner peace, and then through taking the kinds of action that come from a peaceful heart, we can change this world. I have great faith in us and in America. I believe with my whole heart that we will find the right way.

In love and service,

Drunvalo"


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