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Letter to the Editor
Wednesday, March 20, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

With Passover and Easter approaching, we should thank God for all that he has done.

He created the universe, the earth and all of life. He gave us our soul. When you look at the splendor of mountains, oceans and stars or listen to the birds sing, appreciate it and thank God.

We're the children of God and kids do misbehave. It's wrong to judge others. God will do that and he's the only one with that authority. All God asks us to do is love and respect him and love our neighbors.

Lucille Homoki

Harrison

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