Wed, 12 Sep 2001 14:57:50 +1000
My condolences from down under.
This has been an act perpetrated by cowards. As is any terrorist activity.
When will they realise that violence only encourages more violence and hatred.
I dread to think of the retaliation and its consequences.
Gary Grossmann wrote:
> I'm not as eloquent as Chris and others, but I share his thought exactly.
> Fred V., thanks for the anecdotal good news. I hope that Larry & all the
> other NYC Groopies will let us know they are OK when they get the chance.
> Peace to all, -Gary G.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Chris Schechner" <email@example.com>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, September 11, 2001 8:12 PM
> Subject: [Groop]Today
> > Groop,
> > I watched today's events unfold with disbelief, but at the same time, not
> > terribly surprised, knowing what hate and evil exist in our world today.
> > 83 year old dad said he didn't think he should live so long to experience
> > two Pearl Harbors in one lifetime. I went to my church tonight to pray
> > some of my friends and the shock was universal there, too. This cowardly
> > and evil act has affected all of us. But I choose to refuse to be a victim
> > of someone's sick mind. I'm going to look for the good I can, pray for the
> > victims, and trust my God. I thank you folks in the groop for being who
> > are. We have a bunch of friends who are Muslim, Atheist, Christian, or
> > whatever who support each other and care for each other. That good can
> > overcome evil.
> > Your friend,
> > Chris
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