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  • Facebook has taken me on many sad or joyous journeys.

    I have found family and friends from all over the world through Facebook and I am able to carry on following their lives. I see births and deaths, achievements and shared events.

    I found a friend who I have not seen for forty years, who I knew in Mexico when we were young mothers, and now lives in Texas.

    After I left the spiritual community I lived in for three years I have been able to keep in touch with fellow peace seekers in Japan, The Netherlands, France, Italy, Brazil, Germany, Norway, South Africa and Spain; so that I can continue sharing love and celebrate the wonder of the universe with them.

    I have managed to trace my husband's family in France, Argentina and Mexico, therefore, enabling us to send birthday greetings and see young families grow.

    Facebook is the only way I manage to keep in contact with my son, (who finds emailing time consuming) as he records his adventures, holidays, and celebrations on his page.

    I still have the photo of a dear friend who passed away last year, on my friends list keeping his memory alive.

    I have stored memories of wonderful times spent with those I love.

    I wish I had Facebook when I felt isolated as a young mother in Mexico. My only contact with the outside world was to send letters to my family in England and wait a whole week for the reply.

    Blessings to you all.

    This photo shows me in fits of laughter on the stage, in my role as Little Red Riding Hood. My co actor had just forgotten her lines and my blond wig the director insisted on me wearing, was falling off. A joyous memory.
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