With paz we can
I wish African
continent to get peace.
everybody have a great Christmas time.
I wish I would
get everything on my wish list.
I wish for
universal health care!
Peace Lover – I
wish hate never existed.
I wish I could see
I wish peace to all
the peoples of the world.
I wish for love
for all who don’t have any.
We wish for
peace on earth!
everybody in this world gets along and stop all this
fighting. O.K. Okay.
I wish the
people oversea come home save.
I wish that all goes well for the
holidays and that everyone has a wonderful time!
I wish for
a digital camera so I can send pics to my family.
I like ugly girl.
want mutual co-operation between people to peoples- mutual
co-operation and understanding help to make the country strong
and peace. Though we are from different culture community but we
should make the country peace by shearing our culture happiness
and sorrow with each others.
(Wish has drawing of sun rising over mountains) Morning show the
everyone got joy other each and new year for them! I hope
not they had same from 2008! Happy New Year 2009 :>)
? I wish to you LANG FANG SANG RANG I love you all students of
I wish these girls would leave me alone cause they are not my
That every one gets along and learn to forgive for a new year.
I wish my dreams become true. Merry Christmas and Happy New
I wish that everyone has a peaceful and safe vacation and that
everyone sees who they want.
that I will know more than my my father father fathe. It will be
enough to have me to die.
I wish that I have a wonderful vacation and that one day I will
get signed and sell more records than Whitney H. and Beyonce
I wish all the soldiers could come home.
“Grass is green
My love is clean
Sky is blue
My friendship is true”
for peace and happiness!
I wish that I win a million dollars and become rich.
I wish the people oversea come home safe.
World Lit teacher Nancy Henry, art teacher David Lane,
Prevention/Intervention Specialist Tracy D. Flowers have opened
up their hearts, after school hours and classrooms to Voices in
the Treetops' arts-based programming. A school club, No
Place for Hate, once struggling to attract committed
members, has, through after-school sessions with Paula Larke and
Kim Nimoy, blossomed into a vision for an after-school
coffee-house/open mic and gallery for performance and visual
art. Students from East Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and
local Dekalb County natives are learning each others rhythms,
customs, values and beliefs in a "hostility-free zone".
Healthy Haiku, a program of Dr. Imani Ma'at, has also
been welcomed into the club at Freedom Middle School, thanks to
networking efforts of the schools guidance department, Tracy D.
Flowers, Mrs. Amie Hinton, and Voices in the Treetops' Paula
Larke. The aim of Healthy Haiku at Freedom Middle School is to
encourage positive relationships and transform conflict between
culturally diverse students.
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