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By: Danube , 2:19 AM GMT on February 05, 2012

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2. Danube
5:09 PM GMT on November 07, 2012
Dear Patty,

Man is common with every galaxy in the light-perspective of the past of sixteen billion light years. In this time-plume - God's mind - we look, we can find ourselves and each other, the contemporaries and the past. So we know more than what can be suffered, or can be viable as a pleasure, what we can say or describe humanly. And in this sectional view we look a Lot, to see Some from this, seemingly ephemeral eternity. Because we know: blessed are those who meet in the imperishable light.
Thank you your kind attention and sympathy manifested toward our people!
With friendship:



And yes, it is worth remembering that fine words about liberation and freedom, if not backed, can inspire short-term tragedy and long memories.

Kedves Patty!

Tizenhat milliárdnyi fényév múltjának fénytávlatában minden csillagrendszerrel közös az ember. Ebben az időcsóvában - Isten gondolataiban – nézünk, találunk kortársak múltra, egymásra és magunkra. Többet tudunk netán annál, mint ami elszenvedhető, élvezettel megélhető, emberin elmondható vagy leírható. És ebben a metszetben Sokat nézünk, hogy Valamit is meglássunk e mulandónak tűnő örökkévalóságból. Mert tudjuk: boldogok, akik múlhatatlan fényben találkoznak.
Köszönöm népünk felé nyilvánult megtisztelő figyelmét, együttérző szeretetét.


És, igen; érdemes megjegyezni, hogy ha mi fedezete sincsen felszabadulásról meg szabadságról szóló szép szavaknak, ezek rövid távon emlékezetes sorscsapást idézhetnek elő.
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1. deepwoods
10:38 PM GMT on November 06, 2012
Dear Andras,

I was only 12 at the time of the revolt, but I do remember it. It has been 50 years, but time does not erase the betrayal. I was glad to meet so many Hungarians were were brought to America and resettled in many states, such as Pennsylvania and Ohio (where I was born and raised.) As I mentioned I had many childhood friends who were Hungarians. I have a link which tells some about the revolution. I am sorry President Eisenhower misled the good Hungarian people. I wish I could change history, but I am unable to do that. Please know that I realize fully what happened and am saddened by it. I hope and feel that our relations are very good at this time. God's Peace to you, Andras. May God Bless Hungary!!!! p-condon29

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