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Saturday, April 02, 2005

Pope John Paul II dies at 84

I am not a religious person. The reason is because I like to see physical proof of the existence of a supreme being. I am not atheist or anything else, I do believe something exist but cannot explain the truth. But that is not why I am writing this blog entry. The world as a whole, not just Catholics lost a great man today, Pope John Paul II. The reason I believe he was a great man was that he would try to bring peace and not just spread catholisim but also would be there for all religion in the world. All the presidents in this country would listen to some extent to the pope to see what he thought from a spiritual point of view. He helped is own people of Poland to get out of the tyranny of communism and also promoted world peace. I wish the world has more people like John Paul II rather than George Bush Jr's running things, humanity and all the people in the world learned a thing or two from John Paul and in his passing he will be missed. So I feel it is fitting to give this quote from Shakespeare "May angles and ministers of grace defend him (us)"


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