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  • Max Ediger
    Friends: I returned to the States on Friday evening because my mother was very sick. She has been sick for many months now so we were expecting this. On
    Message 1 of 13 , Aug 30 7:14 AM
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      Friends:  I returned to the States on Friday evening because my mother was very sick.  She has been sick for many months now so we were expecting this.  On Sunday early morning she died peacefully.  I was very happy to be here with all of the family for this time.  On Wdnesday we will have her funeral.  I will return to Hanoi sometime later next week.
       
      max

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      "Dialogue demands more courage than waging war. It takes you to that uncomfortable space where you have to question your own assumptions and, rather than speak on other people's behalf, truly listen to what they have to say, take it into consideration, and present your own views in a way that addresses the misunderstandings that have arisen."  Haider Al-Mosawi

      You Westerners have been coming to the Holy Land for centuries to visit the shrines,
      the dead stones. But you do not see the living stones – the human beings who live
      and struggle before your eyes. I say ‘Wake up!’ What matters are the living stones!
      (Father Elias Chacour, cited in Bush, 1996)

    • Goldy George
      Dear Max: I am sorry to learn about your mother s demise. I am sure it had been been hard for you and your family members at this hour. I express all my
      Message 2 of 13 , Aug 30 8:35 AM
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        Dear Max:
        I am sorry to learn about your mother's demise. I am sure it had been been hard for you and your family members at this hour. I express all my condolence from the dept of my heart and may the Almighty Lord provide you and your family enough strength to overcome the situation. However I also feel that she had a fulfilling and meaningful life. The one who gave birth to a brave and ardent campaigner of justice and peace in the form of Max.

        We all had been blessed by her life. Hence we need to thank the Almighty Lord for showering his wonderful blessings on us by giving us people like his mother. Once again I am sorry and feel bad that she is no more amidst us, however her spirit will dwell through Max, his work, his association and other aspects that he engages with.  I pray to the Heavenly Lord to let her soul rest in peace.

        Will lots of prayer, wishes and regards
        Goldy

        On Mon, Aug 30, 2010 at 7:44 PM, Max Ediger <ediger.max@...> wrote:
         

        Friends:  I returned to the States on Friday evening because my mother was very sick.  She has been sick for many months now so we were expecting this.  On Sunday early morning she died peacefully.  I was very happy to be here with all of the family for this time.  On Wdnesday we will have her funeral.  I will return to Hanoi sometime later next week.
         
        max

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        "Dialogue demands more courage than waging war. It takes you to that uncomfortable space where you have to question your own assumptions and, rather than speak on other people's behalf, truly listen to what they have to say, take it into consideration, and present your own views in a way that addresses the misunderstandings that have arisen."  Haider Al-Mosawi

        You Westerners have been coming to the Holy Land for centuries to visit the shrines,
        the dead stones. But you do not see the living stones – the human beings who live
        and struggle before your eyes. I say ‘Wake up!’ What matters are the living stones!
        (Father Elias Chacour, cited in Bush, 1996)




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        TISS, Mumbai

        Founder
        Dalit Mukti Morcha
        Chhattisgarh
      • Rosabeth Koehn
        Dear Max, I m very sorry to hear about your mother s passing. I know from you that she led a long and full life. It s really wonderful that you were able to be
        Message 3 of 13 , Aug 30 8:37 AM
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          Dear Max,

          I'm very sorry to hear about your mother's passing. I know from you that she led a long and full life. It's really wonderful that you were able to be with her right at the end and with your family now. I hope it can be a meaningful time for everyone to gather together and celebrate your mother's life. You and your family will be in my prayers during this time of transition. Take care, Bac Max.

          Rosie

          On Mon, Aug 30, 2010 at 10:14 AM, Max Ediger <ediger.max@...> wrote:
           

          Friends:  I returned to the States on Friday evening because my mother was very sick.  She has been sick for many months now so we were expecting this.  On Sunday early morning she died peacefully.  I was very happy to be here with all of the family for this time.  On Wdnesday we will have her funeral.  I will return to Hanoi sometime later next week.
           
          max

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          Visit my blog at http://calebandshalev.wordpress.com/

          "Dialogue demands more courage than waging war. It takes you to that uncomfortable space where you have to question your own assumptions and, rather than speak on other people's behalf, truly listen to what they have to say, take it into consideration, and present your own views in a way that addresses the misunderstandings that have arisen."  Haider Al-Mosawi

          You Westerners have been coming to the Holy Land for centuries to visit the shrines,
          the dead stones. But you do not see the living stones – the human beings who live
          and struggle before your eyes. I say ‘Wake up!’ What matters are the living stones!
          (Father Elias Chacour, cited in Bush, 1996)


        • Jerome De Porres
          Save a tree. Don t print this e-mail unless it s really necessary.   Dear Max, My deepest sympathies. I know and understand the pain of loosing a person who
          Message 4 of 13 , Aug 30 8:22 PM
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            Save a tree. Don't print this e-mail unless it's really necessary.
             
            Dear Max,
             
            My deepest sympathies. I know and understand the pain of loosing a person who brought us into this world and we are with your at this sorrowful moment.
             
            May the good Lord give her eternal life and keep her safely with him.
             
            Take care.
             
            Jerome


            From: Max Ediger <ediger.max@...>
            To: cjpa <justpeaceinasia@yahoogroups.com>
            Sent: Mon, 30 August, 2010 19:44:05
            Subject: [justpeaceinasia] some news from my home

             

            Friends:  I returned to the States on Friday evening because my mother was very sick.  She has been sick for many months now so we were expecting this.  On Sunday early morning she died peacefully.  I was very happy to be here with all of the family for this time.  On Wdnesday we will have her funeral.  I will return to Hanoi sometime later next week.
             
            max

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            Visit my blog at http://calebandshalev.wordpress.com/

            "Dialogue demands more courage than waging war. It takes you to that uncomfortable space where you have to question your own assumptions and, rather than speak on other people's behalf, truly listen to what they have to say, take it into consideration, and present your own views in a way that addresses the misunderstandings that have arisen."  Haider Al-Mosawi

            You Westerners have been coming to the Holy Land for centuries to visit the shrines,
            the dead stones. But you do not see the living stones – the human beings who live
            and struggle before your eyes. I say ‘Wake up!’ What matters are the living stones!
            (Father Elias Chacour, cited in Bush, 1996)


          • Center For JustPeace Mindanao
            My dear friend max, It’s been a heart breaking when I learned of the sudden death of your dear mother, and I cannot imagine the depth of your sorrow. I wish
            Message 5 of 13 , Aug 30 9:57 PM
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              My dear friend max,

              It’s been a heart breaking when I learned of the sudden death of your dear mother, and I cannot imagine the depth of your sorrow.

              I wish I had words to comfort and sustain you in your grief, but I know there are none that will take away any pain you are feeling now. My heart aches for you, Max, and my arms long to embrace you. Even my knees know your grief, as I have been on them in prayer for you.
               
              ABDULBASIT R. BENITO
              Executive Director
              Bangsamoro Center for Justpeace in the Phil's. Inc.
              B C J P
              Regional Secretary
              Consortium of Bangsamoro Civil Society
              Vice-Chairman
              Mindanao Resource Development Center
              Convener
              Mindanao Human Rights Action Center



              From: Jerome De Porres <deporresjerome@...>
              To: justpeaceinasia@yahoogroups.com
              Sent: Tue, August 31, 2010 11:22:17 AM
              Subject: Re: [justpeaceinasia] some news from my home

               

              Save a tree. Don't print this e-mail unless it's really necessary.
               
              Dear Max,
               
              My deepest sympathies. I know and understand the pain of loosing a person who brought us into this world and we are with your at this sorrowful moment.
               
              May the good Lord give her eternal life and keep her safely with him.
               
              Take care.
               
              Jerome


              From: Max Ediger <ediger.max@...>
              To: cjpa <justpeaceinasia@yahoogroups.com>
              Sent: Mon, 30 August, 2010 19:44:05
              Subject: [justpeaceinasia] some news from my home

               

              Friends:  I returned to the States on Friday evening because my mother was very sick.  She has been sick for many months now so we were expecting this.  On Sunday early morning she died peacefully.  I was very happy to be here with all of the family for this time.  On Wdnesday we will have her funeral.  I will return to Hanoi sometime later next week.
               
              max

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              Visit my blog at http://calebandshalev.wordpress.com/

              "Dialogue demands more courage than waging war. It takes you to that uncomfortable space where you have to question your own assumptions and, rather than speak on other people's behalf, truly listen to what they have to say, take it into consideration, and present your own views in a way that addresses the misunderstandings that have arisen."  Haider Al-Mosawi

              You Westerners have been coming to the Holy Land for centuries to visit the shrines,
              the dead stones. But you do not see the living stones – the human beings who live
              and struggle before your eyes. I say ‘Wake up!’ What matters are the living stones!
              (Father Elias Chacour, cited in Bush, 1996)



            • Center For JustPeace Mindanao
              My dear friend max, It’s been a heart breaking when I learned of the sudden death of your dear mother, and I cannot imagine the depth of your sorrow. I wish
              Message 6 of 13 , Aug 30 9:58 PM
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                My dear friend max,

                It’s been a heart breaking when I learned of the sudden death of your dear mother, and I cannot imagine the depth of your sorrow.

                I wish I had words to comfort and sustain you in your grief, but I know there are none that will take away any pain you are feeling now. My heart aches for you, Max, and my arms long to embrace you. Even my knees know your grief, as I have been on them in prayer for you.
                 
                ABDULBASIT R. BENITO
                Executive Director
                Bangsamoro Center for Justpeace in the Phil's. Inc.
                B C J P
                Regional Secretary
                Consortium of Bangsamoro Civil Society
                Vice-Chairman
                Mindanao Resource Development Center
                Convener
                Mindanao Human Rights Action Center



                From: Max Ediger <ediger.max@...>
                To: cjpa <justpeaceinasia@yahoogroups.com>
                Sent: Mon, August 30, 2010 10:14:05 PM
                Subject: [justpeaceinasia] some news from my home

                 

                Friends:  I returned to the States on Friday evening because my mother was very sick.  She has been sick for many months now so we were expecting this.  On Sunday early morning she died peacefully.  I was very happy to be here with all of the family for this time.  On Wdnesday we will have her funeral.  I will return to Hanoi sometime later next week.
                 
                max

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                Visit my blog at http://calebandshalev.wordpress.com/

                "Dialogue demands more courage than waging war. It takes you to that uncomfortable space where you have to question your own assumptions and, rather than speak on other people's behalf, truly listen to what they have to say, take it into consideration, and present your own views in a way that addresses the misunderstandings that have arisen."  Haider Al-Mosawi

                You Westerners have been coming to the Holy Land for centuries to visit the shrines,
                the dead stones. But you do not see the living stones – the human beings who live
                and struggle before your eyes. I say ‘Wake up!’ What matters are the living stones!
                (Father Elias Chacour, cited in Bush, 1996)


              • ponnareay sambath
                Dear Sir, I fell so sorry to hear that, Let me share with you for your sadness. However, God prepare a place for her already. Best regard, Ponnareay, CSCM
                Message 7 of 13 , Aug 31 4:24 AM
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                  Dear Sir,

                  I fell so sorry to hear that, Let me share with you for your sadness.
                  However, God prepare a place for her already.

                  Best regard,
                  Ponnareay,
                  CSCM executive member,

                  --- On Mon, 8/30/10, Max Ediger <ediger.max@...> wrote:

                  From: Max Ediger <ediger.max@...>
                  Subject: [justpeaceinasia] some news from my home
                  To: "cjpa" <justpeaceinasia@yahoogroups.com>
                  Date: Monday, August 30, 2010, 7:14 AM

                   

                  Friends:  I returned to the States on Friday evening because my mother was very sick.  She has been sick for many months now so we were expecting this.  On Sunday early morning she died peacefully.  I was very happy to be here with all of the family for this time.  On Wdnesday we will have her funeral.  I will return to Hanoi sometime later next week.
                   
                  max

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                  Visit my blog at http://calebandshalev.wordpress.com/

                  "Dialogue demands more courage than waging war. It takes you to that uncomfortable space where you have to question your own assumptions and, rather than speak on other people's behalf, truly listen to what they have to say, take it into consideration, and present your own views in a way that addresses the misunderstandings that have arisen."  Haider Al-Mosawi

                  You Westerners have been coming to the Holy Land for centuries to visit the shrines,
                  the dead stones. But you do not see the living stones – the human beings who live
                  and struggle before your eyes. I say ‘Wake up!’ What matters are the living stones!
                  (Father Elias Chacour, cited in Bush, 1996)


                • Hot
                  Hi Max I m very sorry to hear that your mother passed away. But I m also happy to know that you were there to witness her last day here on earth. Our belief of
                  Message 8 of 13 , Aug 31 4:47 PM
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                    Hi Max

                    I'm very sorry to hear that your mother passed away. 
                    But I'm also happy to know that you were there to witness her last day here on earth. Our belief of seeing our lost ones someday in heaven is still giving us hope. 
                    May your mother rest in God's arms and your peace work never rest  until his kingdom comes!

                    Shalom
                    Jae Young Lee 
                    Korea Anabaptist Center 
                    Connexus Language Institute


                    2010. 8. 30. 오후 11:14 Max Ediger <ediger.max@...> 작성:

                     

                    Friends:  I returned to the States on Friday evening because my mother was very sick.  She has been sick for many months now so we were expecting this.  On Sunday early morning she died peacefully.  I was very happy to be here with all of the family for this time.  On Wdnesday we will have her funeral.  I will return to Hanoi sometime later next week.
                     
                    max

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                    Visit my blog at http://calebandshalev.wordpress.com/

                    "Dialogue demands more courage than waging war. It takes you to that uncomfortable space where you have to question your own assumptions and, rather than speak on other people's behalf, truly listen to what they have to say, take it into consideration, and present your own views in a way that addresses the misunderstandings that have arisen."  Haider Al-Mosawi

                    You Westerners have been coming to the Holy Land for centuries to visit the shrines,
                    the dead stones. But you do not see the living stones – the human beings who live
                    and struggle before your eyes. I say ‘Wake up!’ What matters are the living stones!
                    (Father Elias Chacour, cited in Bush, 1996)

                  • Yam Bahadur Kisan
                    Dear Max It is very sad news for me that your lovely mother who gave birth you as a servant of humanity and ambassador of peace in Asia. I want to share your
                    Message 9 of 13 , Aug 31 8:21 PM
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                      Dear Max

                      It is very sad news for me that your lovely mother who gave birth you as a servant of humanity and ambassador of peace in Asia. I want to share your grief in this time and I pray  your mom's soul  may stay on the right hand of  God.

                      May the God give you courage and peace.

                      Yam

                      _____________________
                      Mr. Yam Bahadur Kisan
                      M.A., B.L. (Tribhuwan University, Nepal)
                      Advocate, Author and Researcher
                      P.O.Box No : 21066
                      Kathmandu, Nepal
                      Phone : 00977-9851011724


                      --- On Mon, 30/8/10, Max Ediger <ediger.max@...> wrote:

                      From: Max Ediger <ediger.max@...>
                      Subject: [justpeaceinasia] some news from my home
                      To: "cjpa" <justpeaceinasia@yahoogroups.com>
                      Date: Monday, 30 August, 2010, 3:14 PM

                       

                      Friends: I returned to the States on Friday evening because my mother was very sick. She has been sick for many months now so we were expecting this. On Sunday early morning she died peacefully. I was very happy to be here with all of the family for this time. On Wdnesday we will have her funeral. I will return to Hanoi sometime later next week.
                      max

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                      Visit my blog at http://calebandshalev.wordpress.com/

                      "Dialogue demands more courage than waging war. It takes you to that uncomfortable space where you have to question your own assumptions and, rather than speak on other people's behalf, truly listen to what they have to say, take it into consideration, and present your own views in a way that addresses the misunderstandings that have arisen." Haider Al-Mosawi

                      You Westerners have been coming to the Holy Land for centuries to visit the shrines,
                      the dead stones. But you do not see the living stones – the human beings who live
                      and struggle before your eyes. I say ‘Wake up!’ What matters are the living stones!
                      (Father Elias Chacour, cited in Bush, 1996)


                    • raihana diani
                      Dear Max, It was very sad news when i read email from you. I am sure that is hard for you and your family. from Aceh, with all my condolence, i pray for her.
                      Message 10 of 13 , Aug 31 10:57 PM
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                        Dear Max,

                        It was very sad news when i read email from you. I am sure that is hard for you and your family.
                        from Aceh, with all my condolence, i pray for her.
                        Hope you and  your family enough strength to overcome the situation..

                        God will give her Rest in Peace

                        Raihan

                        2010/9/1 Yam Bahadur Kisan <ybkisan@...>
                         

                        Dear Max

                        It is very sad news for me that your lovely mother who gave birth you as a servant of humanity and ambassador of peace in Asia. I want to share your grief in this time and I pray  your mom's soul  may stay on the right hand of  God.

                        May the God give you courage and peace.

                        Yam

                        _____________________
                        Mr. Yam Bahadur Kisan
                        M.A., B.L. (Tribhuwan University, Nepal)
                        Advocate, Author and Researcher
                        P.O.Box No : 21066
                        Kathmandu, Nepal
                        Phone : 00977-9851011724


                        --- On Mon, 30/8/10, Max Ediger <ediger.max@...> wrote:

                        From: Max Ediger <ediger.max@...>
                        Subject: [justpeaceinasia] some news from my home
                        To: "cjpa" <justpeaceinasia@yahoogroups.com>
                        Date: Monday, 30 August, 2010, 3:14 PM


                         

                        Friends: I returned to the States on Friday evening because my mother was very sick. She has been sick for many months now so we were expecting this. On Sunday early morning she died peacefully. I was very happy to be here with all of the family for this time. On Wdnesday we will have her funeral. I will return to Hanoi sometime later next week.
                        max

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                        Visit my blog at http://calebandshalev.wordpress.com/

                        "Dialogue demands more courage than waging war. It takes you to that uncomfortable space where you have to question your own assumptions and, rather than speak on other people's behalf, truly listen to what they have to say, take it into consideration, and present your own views in a way that addresses the misunderstandings that have arisen." Haider Al-Mosawi

                        You Westerners have been coming to the Holy Land for centuries to visit the shrines,
                        the dead stones. But you do not see the living stones – the human beings who live
                        and struggle before your eyes. I say ‘Wake up!’ What matters are the living stones!
                        (Father Elias Chacour, cited in Bush, 1996)





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                      • Amrit Manandhar
                        Dear Max,   I was deeply saddened to hear of this irreparable loss. My thoughts are with you. Words seem inadequate to express the sadness you are
                        Message 11 of 13 , Aug 31 11:45 PM
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                          Dear Max,

                           

                          I was deeply saddened to hear of this irreparable loss. My thoughts are with you. Words seem inadequate to express the sadness you are undergoing. May the comfort of God help you during this difficult time. 

                           

                          Best regards,

                          Amrit Manandhar 

                          --- On Mon, 8/30/10, Max Ediger <ediger.max@...> wrote:

                          From: Max Ediger <ediger.max@...>
                          Subject: [justpeaceinasia] some news from my home
                          To: "cjpa" <justpeaceinasia@yahoogroups.com>
                          Date: Monday, August 30, 2010, 7:14 AM

                           
                          Friends:  I returned to the States on Friday evening because my mother was very sick.  She has been sick for many months now so we were expecting this.  On Sunday early morning she died peacefully.  I was very happy to be here with all of the family for this time.  On Wdnesday we will have her funeral.  I will return to Hanoi sometime later next week.
                           
                          max

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                          Visit my blog at http://calebandshalev.wordpress.com/

                          "Dialogue demands more courage than waging war. It takes you to that uncomfortable space where you have to question your own assumptions and, rather than speak on other people's behalf, truly listen to what they have to say, take it into consideration, and present your own views in a way that addresses the misunderstandings that have arisen."  Haider Al-Mosawi

                          You Westerners have been coming to the Holy Land for centuries to visit the shrines,
                          the dead stones. But you do not see the living stones – the human beings who live
                          and struggle before your eyes. I say ‘Wake up!’ What matters are the living stones!
                          (Father Elias Chacour, cited in Bush, 1996)


                        • Mini Nair
                          Dearest Max,   I am very sorry to hear about your mother s death. I know this loss will never heal but i am sure life will give the courage to cope with it. I
                          Message 12 of 13 , Sep 6, 2010
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                            Dearest Max,
                             
                            I am very sorry to hear about your mother's death. I know this loss will never heal but i am sure life will give the courage to cope with it. I am glad that you were able to reach home and be there with your family.
                             
                            Take care of yourself.
                             
                            Love,
                            Mini Nair,
                            Chandigarh, India

                            --- On Mon, 30/8/10, Rosabeth Koehn <rosabethbk@...> wrote:

                            From: Rosabeth Koehn <rosabethbk@...>
                            Subject: Re: [justpeaceinasia] some news from my home
                            To: justpeaceinasia@yahoogroups.com
                            Date: Monday, 30 August, 2010, 9:07 PM

                             
                            Dear Max,

                            I'm very sorry to hear about your mother's passing. I know from you that she led a long and full life. It's really wonderful that you were able to be with her right at the end and with your family now. I hope it can be a meaningful time for everyone to gather together and celebrate your mother's life. You and your family will be in my prayers during this time of transition. Take care, Bac Max.

                            Rosie

                            On Mon, Aug 30, 2010 at 10:14 AM, Max Ediger <ediger.max@...> wrote:
                             
                            Friends:  I returned to the States on Friday evening because my mother was very sick.  She has been sick for many months now so we were expecting this.  On Sunday early morning she died peacefully.  I was very happy to be here with all of the family for this time.  On Wdnesday we will have her funeral.  I will return to Hanoi sometime later next week.
                             
                            max

                            --
                            Visit my blog at http://calebandshalev.wordpress.com/

                            "Dialogue demands more courage than waging war. It takes you to that uncomfortable space where you have to question your own assumptions and, rather than speak on other people's behalf, truly listen to what they have to say, take it into consideration, and present your own views in a way that addresses the misunderstandings that have arisen."  Haider Al-Mosawi

                            You Westerners have been coming to the Holy Land for centuries to visit the shrines,
                            the dead stones. But you do not see the living stones – the human beings who live
                            and struggle before your eyes. I say ‘Wake up!’ What matters are the living stones!
                            (Father Elias Chacour, cited in Bush, 1996)



                          • vashum
                            Dear max, Sorry to learn about your mon. i know how painful it is however, we all know its life journey and we all will surely do the same in our life
                            Message 13 of 13 , Sep 7, 2010
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                              Dear max,

                              Sorry to learn about your mon. i know how painful it is however, we all know its life journey and we all will surely do the same in our life journey.I share the pain with you at this moment. my condolence to all the family members.

                              Situation back home not so good for us. for few months there has been strain relation with Meitie Manipuri and the Nagas. Hope everything will go well.


                              with warm regards

                              vashum

                              --- On Mon, 8/30/10, Max Ediger <ediger.max@...> wrote:

                              From: Max Ediger <ediger.max@...>
                              Subject: [justpeaceinasia] some news from my home
                              To: "cjpa" <justpeaceinasia@yahoogroups.com>
                              Date: Monday, August 30, 2010, 7:44 PM

                               

                              Friends:  I returned to the States on Friday evening because my mother was very sick.  She has been sick for many months now so we were expecting this.  On Sunday early morning she died peacefully.  I was very happy to be here with all of the family for this time.  On Wdnesday we will have her funeral.  I will return to Hanoi sometime later next week.
                               
                              max

                              --
                              Visit my blog at http://calebandshalev.wordpress.com/

                              "Dialogue demands more courage than waging war. It takes you to that uncomfortable space where you have to question your own assumptions and, rather than speak on other people's behalf, truly listen to what they have to say, take it into consideration, and present your own views in a way that addresses the misunderstandings that have arisen."  Haider Al-Mosawi

                              You Westerners have been coming to the Holy Land for centuries to visit the shrines,
                              the dead stones. But you do not see the living stones – the human beings who live
                              and struggle before your eyes. I say ‘Wake up!’ What matters are the living stones!
                              (Father Elias Chacour, cited in Bush, 1996)


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