letters for peace
This is the last letter I sent George Bush.
G.W. Hello, My name is Bryan Cridlebaugh. I would like to share an idea with you. I know you are busy so I'll keep it short. I think that love will end this war. Love will end all wars. You have to find love in your heart and stay focused on making peace happen. Don't forget that Jesus spoke of love. Love, equality, peace. Think of human nature and try to be more understanding. Give love. It works great. I still love you brother. You are in a great position to spread love. God bless the World.
So I'm thinking that if we get together and try to contact whoever, maybe G.W, we might get heard. So, if you want, share the message that you are trying to get across to whoever you want, post it here, we can discuss it and together, maybe make something happen?
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- Eventually, scientists hope to print patient-specific organs that can be transplanted safely into the human body.
- Northwell Health, New York State's largest health care provider, is pioneering 3D printing in medicine in three key ways.
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- However, as this map shows, thumbing a ride still occupies a thriving niche – if at great geographic variance.
- In some countries and areas, you'll be off the street in no time. In other places, it's much harder to thumb your way from A to B.
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- The District of Columbia had the highest prevalence of psychopathy, compared to other areas.
- The authors cautioned that their measurements were indirect, and that psychopathy in general is difficult to define precisely.
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