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Blessings for the New Year

By Remy Benoit

The day is beginning to darken, the last evening of 2002. Here fireworks are legal, and they are popping already.

Our New Year's greeting is a simple one from so many lifeforms with whom we share this beautiful planet.

Please remember that you are the caretakers of this tiny blue marble afloat in the solar system... it is fragile and so are we. Please keep working to find a way to BE PEACE.

Our prayers for joy, abundance, and peace, from the WHS family.

Established in 1884, the St. Labre Indian School serves over 700 Native American Children a day. Can you help? St. Labre Indian School.


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