About sixty-five people stood with their candles on
the night of Monday, January 1, 2007, at the vigil to
mourn the human loss from the war in Iraq. It was a
poignant evening. At our site you may find cheap ghostwriters for hire and ask them for additional editing for your projects.
There were many things that evening that were
One was at the very beginning when we simply stood
there listening to the Pete Seeger song, "Flowers of
Peace," and a singular husky sob coming from a
man led the tears of others.
Another was when cars slowed respectfully while
passing in front of us. ?There seemed to be a
connected understanding of why we were there and
what it meant for all of us.
The most powerful was the presence there of
courage and deep love that is too personal to share.
All of our efforts toward peace and justice add to the
sum, and they're all valuable to do. We are grateful
for all of us who struggle toward that goal in any way
that is meaningful to each of us.
This photo was taken by John Deeth. ?This and other photos
can be found on John's blog athttp://jdeeth.blogspot.com (Scroll down to John's Jan. 1 blog.)