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Remember ... © 2012, Karla Dorman
by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner

Tuesday, September 11, 2012
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Words and image © 2012, Karla Dorman


All I ask of you is that you remember ...

what we lost ...
who we lost ...

Don't need to remind you.  We all saw it.

Ask yourself
these questions:

What can you do to make your world

a better
place for all?

And the second one is more important:

What can you
do to make

sure this never.  Ever.  Happens again?

Remember.
REMEMBER.


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Reviewed by Jon Willey 9/27/2012
evil attacks the innocent attempting to inflict the maximum pain and sorrow - the ideology of personal freedoms and a people united in the pursuit of those ideologies will not perish from this planet of ours - too long did the forces of evil, misunderstanding and barbaric
deeds reign - we shall not permit their return of pagan ritualistic forces nor the rule of a few over the whole of mankind - we shall all be heard and represented, we will refuse to be sheeple surviving on the doles of elite rulers - I wish you love and peace my dear friend - Jon Michael
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 9/13/2012
The best thing we can do is stop building walls between us and other nations and people. When we build walls and mass armies and armaments against others, they begin to think we are out to destroy them. If we give them the knowledge to understand what it is to be free, they will not have the desire to destroy anyone because they will see that their freedom depends on everyone. I believe that the World Wide Web is rapidly bringing the people of the world together and before long most of the rationalist ideologies will disappear, including our own.

Ron
Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green 9/12/2012
**********B*E*A*U*T*I*F*U*L**********

What an inspirer you are, Karla~!! The clarity and simplicity with which you write -- particularly in this timely plea to honor the lost
by finding ways to make the world better -- creates a background against which your message stands out more than it otherwise would.
Then you choose precisely the right way to illustrate it. The flag
above is deeply affecting because of the ephemeral effect of the
light shining through. To me, it looks fragile. . .like life.

Thank you, my friend.

Thank you.

xOx Pea xOx


Reviewed by D. Vaineo 9/12/2012
All I know is we Americans have to stick
together for this is our country, home of
the free and the brave!! We all remember
where we were that day and we ALL REMEMBER!!!

Deborah
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 9/11/2012
Powerful questions and image, Karla; may we never forget!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your twin, Karen Lynn. :(
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