I can’t help but search for a pleasant image after viewing the hooded, handcuffed friends inside SWFPAC last November. We seem so vulnerable, but I felt so much at peace. It was the right thing to do. The frightening thing is the fact that there is so much potential to destroy all life and that such weapons are sheltered on the Bangor Trident Base. It was good to pray there, carrying the belief that Love and Truth will prevail. And so for my children and grandchild, and all the children of this world, today and in the future, I pray on forbidden ground.
– Lynne Greenwald
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