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Thread: Easter Baskets for those in need

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    Thumbs up Easter Baskets for those in need

    Folks,

    A Tree of Liberty benefactor has offered "Easter baskets" for 10 families here at the Tree who could use some support during the Easter holiday.

    The amount of each basket will be $100. and is intended for families with young children, so that they can afford an Easter Dinner, and some treats for Baskets for the little ones.

    If you believe you qualify for this gift please PM me.

    If we have more than 10 then the requests will be stripped of username- then numbered. The Staff will review the PMs and chose the most qualified 10.

    If there are less than 10 then the amount of each basket will increase proportionally.

    Please PM me if you are in need, and wish to celebrate Easter with a little help from a friend!

    Thanks,

    HW
    A warrior lives by acting, not by thinking about acting, nor by thinking about what he will think when he has finished acting.

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    That is so sweet of the person.

    When folks help each other, it's heart warming to see.
    "Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. ...those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience."
    C.S. Lewis



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    That's very nice of the anonymous person.

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    What a wonderful gesture! God bless you, benefactor!
    ~Kate

    Mary is the Mother of Jesus and the Mother of all of us even though it was Christ alone who reposed on her knees… If he is ours, we ought to be in his situation; there where he is, we ought also to be and all that he has ought to be ours, and his mother is also our mother. —Martin Luther, Christmas Sermon, 1529.

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