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Don't they see the difference?



I understand now, those lives were taking to destroy the economy of the United States.
 I understand it was all about money.
 I am looking for the sense and connection to humanity.
 You can't place a honest price on the life of man-kind, there isn't a dollar value to that which man hasn't even created.
 Life is a precious gift, given to us by God, the blessing of the miracle of birth is the blessed gift of multiplying man-kind, not to put a price on it.
 In the eyes of God, His children are more precious than silver and gold, and yet it is destroyed, like it's waste... Life is the most precious and yet we squander it and call it worthless.
 Money get's burned destroyed , you can obviously make more, but can you replace life, no! Is the dollar worth the lost of our brothers and sisters.
 We are all children of God our Creator, and yet we've allowed deception to give paper and medal and materials presidence over the price of life.
 Come on.. God loves us so much that he gave his only son to die for us, John3:16 for God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten son, that whosoever believeth on Him shall not perish but have eternal life.
 The Lord will come and judge all things soon, for this tragic episode proves it, the truth will be revealed. God Loves all man-kind, his purpose is to love us, and that we find hope, happiness and life in and through him our Creator.
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Submitted on May 01, 2011

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