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A Plea for Peace

Hi everybody. The world has gone a little crazy right now. So I thought I would talk a little bit today about peace, and how it really does begin with you. With me. With us. I was bullied, I was […]

Author Herbie J Pilato issied a plea for peace in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd.

A Plea for Peace

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Hi everybody. The world has gone a little crazy right now. So I thought I would talk a little bit today about peace, and how it really does begin with you. With me. With us. I was bullied, I was […]

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