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RE: Be outside tonight - 9/18/01

I too went outside in the fog of California and lit my candle, knowing that
no satellite photo was going to be able pick it up, but not caring. I missed
flying out of the Boston airport to San Francisco by a day from the
hi-jacking and consider myself damn lucky! I also knew someone on Flight 11.
>From what I can tell, most of us who travel and have connections on the East
Coast of the US did know someone who perished.

I hope we world citizens all continue to show each other the kindness that
we are now. When my husband and I were stuck in Boston for three days,
unable to go anywhere, people were so nice, helpful, and communicative. I
hope we all remember we are all in this together, and we might as well get
along and make life easier for one other.

Blessings to us all - United we stand!

Cheryl Sinclair

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-sinclair@quarterman.org
[mailto:owner-sinclair@quarterman.org]On Behalf Of bates
Sent: Wednesday, September 19, 2001 1:16 AM
To: sinclair@quarterman.org
Subject: Re: Be outside tonight - 9/18/01

I'm sure that anyone can  go out and it can be a personal worldwide moment
of thought...for all mankind....I went out but it was raining and windy...I
know my thoughts are for the world these days as the "bad" guys are
everywhere....and we all need to stick together.....for this new kind of
villian that is out there.....I think that this attack has brought all of
the world  together not only the US....and my prayers are for a better
tomorrow....for all....and being thankful for all of the support and unity
that the world is showing.....
----- Original Message -----
From: "Erling Johansen" <erling.johansen@visa.no>
To: <sinclair@quarterman.org>
Sent: Wednesday, September 19, 2001 2:33 AM
Subject: Ang: Be outside tonight - 9/18/01

> As tragic as the WTC/Pentagon terror actions were (i've got at least one
friend myself reported missing at WTC last week) - let's not forget all the
other victims of terrorism around the world. The recent terror actions in
USA is not any worse than terror actions elsewhere - sometimes directly or
indirectly performed by forces within the US military/intelligence complex.

[ Excess quotations omitted. ]

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