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October 13, 2008


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This is a truly beautiful post -- thank you! As a recently graduated college English major, I especially appreciate the words you quoted about the power of speaking and writing about what is and what we hope can be. For those of us who blog about these sorts of issues, that is very encouraging.

By the way, it was a lovely and poignant choice to include the words of Seamus Heaney, a poet from Northern Ireland who has done much through his own work to attempt to bring clarity and healing to the issues familiar in his own cultural context.

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