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Feeling sad for my friends in Iran, I’m with you in my heart!

Before starting I should apologize for my writing today as I can't organize my thoughts and all I write comes from heart and all different thoughts of my busy mind.

For the past week, I wasn't able to do my normal routines, my chores. Even a simple act of feeding my kids is too much for me and I really have to concentrate and depart myself from TV and my computer to do that. All I do is read news on different website, watch CNN, talk to family and friend in Iran or outside about the unrest in Iran.

For the past week, there has been horrible violence in Iran. My friends, my high school friends who I grew up with are e-mailing me asking to send their message out, telling me to pray for them. I feel ashamed that the only thing that I can do is to just sit at my desk, read and follow the news, or at most join a rally to say that I'm behind them.

They are killing people as if life has no value. There are many pictures and videos posted on twitter, face book, and YouTube. You can see the vast of violence, you can see dead people laying on streets. A young girl named Neda was killed yesterday, the picture is very graphic and I couldn't stop crying by seeing it.

3 thoughts on “Feeling sad for my friends in Iran, I’m with you in my heart!

  1. Mary

    Pretty cool post. I just came by your site and wanted to say
    that I have really enjoyed reading your blog posts. Any way
    I'll be subscribing to your feed and I hope you post again soon!

  2. lisa giassa

    Hey! Would you be interested in sending birthday cakes to your friends serving in Iraq?? I'm the PR rep for and they have this special mission to send our troops birthday cakes for free on or near their birthdays as a great morale booster. 5% of the cost any cake purchased goes to achieving this goal and so far it's going great. I have more info if interested but didn't want to hog up too much space on your blog. Cheers!

  3. Anna

    Thank you for the info Lisa.
    I don't have any friends in Iraq, but I added your comment so my American readers can benefit from it.
    Keep up the good work

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