[meteorite-list] Re: A Day Of Silent Mourning - Part 1 of 2
From: Meteoriteman_at_aol.com <Meteoriteman_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:48:59 2004
Dear Bernd: Thank you and your students for all the heartfelt sympathies.
Your students are obviously a very caring group to have written so eloquently
and from the heart.
They have shown what a "small world it is" and how unified "good-people"
are regardless of country of origion.
At my youngest son's school today (a very large suburban school), they
had a "collection". Children brought in bags of coins to aid in the efforts
taking place in New York city. The coins were piled in the hallway outside of
the principals office. A large truck will be needed to haul away these coins
as there were "that many" collected. The children ALL felt so proud of being
able to "help". Most of them were wearing American Flag shirts and patriotic
Around my town, most are flying flags. We have put our own flag up also.
We have all given blood. We have given money. We have done what we can and
still our hearts feel heavy and sad...and we continue to pray for our missing
Reading what your students write...students from another country half
around the world HELPS. Thank you and thank your students.
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Received on Fri 14 Sep 2001 06:24:21 PM PDT