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September 08, 2006

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deirdre

What a tremendously loving heart you have. I have to say again that I'm just fascinated by your stories.

commongal

Please continue your good work, and I hope you will feel more free to get the word out about the needs of those you love!

Hundred and one

Powerful. Powerful. I loved this post.

Amber

This is a beautiful, beautiful post! You are so right. About all of this... I am thankful that you are using your life to get down in the mud. ;)

I was struck by the joyful happy faces in these pics. Wonderful to see.

:)

tinker

I think your stance on this is both admirable and wise. We Americans often forget that the rest of the world doesn't have the First Amendment going for them.
Keep up the good work! You're an inspiration.

leonie

i applaud your commitment to the people. i admire you for your courage. let the streets everywhere resound with singing. namaste.

Lisa

This is a great post. I love reading your blog and about all your adventures there in the Himalayas. This is all so true about what you touch on with people. "Getting down in the muck" with them also allows one to truly see life from the other person's perspective.

Paris Parfait

Lovely piece. Thanks for sharing your compassion and tales and photos of some wonderful people and their experiences.

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