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There never was a good war or a bad peace. ~Ben Franklin

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Name your favorite symbol of peace
children playing
Why do you want to join?
I would like to joing the Tulsa Peace Fellowship to help promote peace in the world and end the suffering caused by war and the deprivation cause by the diversion of so many of the world's resources to war.
Do you live in Oklahoma, or have ties to this state?
i have lived in Oklahoma most of my life.

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At 6:03pm on December 5, 2012, joni said…

Welcome Naomi, because of your example i went through to my profile and put my correct E mail addy! WooT! Perseverance pays.

Peace and Joy,


At 4:07pm on December 05, 2012, Tony Nuspl gave Naomi French a gift
Welcome, Naomi!   And thank you for persevering with the sign-up process that was giving you trouble.   We're glad to have you along for the ride!



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