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We need 3,000 virtual candles lit online at our website with your accompanying words and reflections by Wednesday in time for a giant 1,000 foot wide Candlelight Global Vigil for the Global Village.

Global Vigils were held on the two week anniversary, Jan 9th/10th, beginning and ending here in San Francisco. We spelled out H-O-P-E in giant letters using homemade lanterns on the beach.

Again, this Wednesday, on the one month anniversary of the Tsunami disaster, we plan to create a 1,000 foot wide outline of the Indian Ocean affected region, and light 3,000 candles at sunset. The outline will be made using plain paper with your messages hope and Tsunami related reflections.

Please light as many online candles and spread the word as far and wide as you can.

In a word, HELP. :-)

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