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September 10, 2008

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Amy,
Thanks so much for posting this; I really needed to hear this message. What a beautifully unique view you've offered us today. I appreciate your taking a stand to spur us into action. Keep writing girl! You're awesome! Miss you!

i appreciate your post amy. i was also working at a federal govt. office on that day. i remember how hard it was for me to allow it to sink it - that it was really happening. Someone I worked with kept coming in and telling me that something very serious was going on but I just kept working for a while. Just like I do today when I withdrawal from something difficult, it seems like it just can't be happening even as it is. Lots of fear. So your words ring true, are moving, and helpful. I rejoice that we have a Lord who pursues us when we flee, who won't let us stay comfortable in retreat. thanks.

amy--

so beautifully written. although as a friend i have experienced the exact opposite of retreat from you. you have run to the suffering, to the difficult, and to prayer, prayer, prayer when there is crisis. this very weekend you did it again for us. thank you.

and thank you for your words.

keely

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