Thursday, 26 November 2009



... for our bravehearts.



7 comments:

  1. this one candle says it all,..tk cre,..

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  2. Sharmila,
    that was just so thoughtful to remember them ..Let there be peace everywhere ..we dont need another one ,please...
    may God bless every one who have lost their near ones ..and we donot want to forget their sacrifices also.
    Peace and Love/compassion ,that is what is required at this testing time.

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  3. It took me a while to get over the trauma. I wonder how the people who were directly affected by it coped.

    Such meaningless violence.

    I pray for the people who lost their near and dear ones in the carnage. May God give them strength.

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  4. Dear Sharmila
    I am also remembering 26/11

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  5. as the day passes by, i still boil up like 100 candles lit up together.

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  6. Sharmila,
    My father is in the Indian Police Service, and after 26/11 I was so traumatized. Every morning I used to wake up thinking that something similar will happen, and I wont be able to see my father again.
    A year has passed, I have almost come out of that phobia, but still something pricks me.
    Just yesterday one of my father's colleague got shot in his leg. I don't know what this is going on. Only that to some people there is no value to people's life

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