|Name: Karrie & Sarah Anderson-Sides||MY URL: Visit Me|
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Our love and prayers are extended to the families of those left in this maelstrom of grief and anger. May we all find some kind of peace and resolution in this difficult time. And may our FAMILY unite because we are all in pain. Thank you for this wonderful, healing site.
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Hi guys, here the sympathy is still very strong; tomorrow eve we all are going to celebrate Massimo's bithday and we'll think of you. Take care and be strong, we shall overcome! Alberto
|Name: James Nimmo||MY URL: Visit Me|
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This is one heck of a website-- respectful of the dead while informative, and supportive of those of us who are going to achieve equality in spite of the Amerikan Taliban, aka Righteous Reich.
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I really like your tribute--I've been wondering where the gays and lesbians were in this tradegy. All of the newscoverage was so heterosexual. Might I make a suggestion? About 8% of the male population is colorblind--unable to see red and/or green. When I viewed your page, the majority of the text was in red or green, effectively cutting out a number of potential readers. Changing the text color would help you reach more people.
|Name: Michael Howard||MY URL: Visit Me|
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Thank you for the reminder that we are just as much a part of America as any one else.
|Name: Stefan||MY URL: Visit Me|
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You will forget with whom you have laughed, but not with whom you have cried. Nobody will forget this day which has experienced him!
|Name: Mark Aelred||MY URL: Visit Me|
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A beautiful and thoughtful website! Is religion the problem? In many ways, yes -- but we must not ignore the role of the materialistic drive for wealth and power that leaves so many other human beings in desperate poverty. But of course, a false "God" lies behind this greed and violence. As an openly gay gnostic bishop, I would like to say the literalist interpretation of mythology and scripture is a big factor in religious fundamentalist bigotry. On the other hand, gnostic (esoteric, symbolic) interpretations lead away from a dualistic external male god, always angry at the world, to a view that all the world, all reality, is one divine androgynous body, of which we are all members. As such we should give one another love, pleasure, protection, comfort, mutual support and inspiration. Gnostic esoteric approaches reveal that different mythologies are like different fingers pointing to the same moon. In Zen, one is reminded not to confuse the finger (the tradition) with the moon (truth, reality). This defuses any clash of different traditions. The "God" in whose name war is waged (on both sides) seems more like a projection of the macho male ego -- a false god if ever there was one -- causing so much suffering, pitting one side against another -- painfully dividing the world. Religon which should "re-link" us, instead un-links us! Such "religion" is false, but when armed is dangerous. Separation of church and state needs to be maintained. But, in the end, only Love, not economic or political power, can heal these divisions and lead us to the Wisdom and knowledge (gnosis) that the world is One Body, One Spirit. Thank you for reminding us that many of our queer sisters and brothers were lost to our sight on September 11th. By continuing to live with love in liberty, we re-member them -- and heal our selves! + Mark Aelred, Circle of the Free Spirit, NYC