Josh, your article for Fellowship was wonderful–your thinking is so straight and full of truth, and your writing is beautiful. I really loved your thinking about how and where to live–that we belong together and that we can have serenity in the busyness of life. I also watched and listened to all the little blogs (I guess that’s what they’re called) of the Smiling young men in Afghanistan. My tears flowed as they all kept saying, “Why not love?” I felt like taking all my money and setting up a big moving screen on Times Square and letting everyone see them. If they don’t melt people’s hearts with their smiles and messages and with the music in the background, I don’t know what else could do it. I don’t know anything about computers, but I want someone to take some of them off and make DVDs that we can show at the Dayton International Peace Museum. By the way, Ralph and I got to spend an hour with Greg Mortenson last fall–ask him questions, etc. We have now an exhibit about his work in the Museum, and we are going to go to Dayton area schools to get them to donate pennies for a new school in Afghanistan or Pakistan. You’ve met Paul Chappell, haven’t you? He is going to come to do some of his Peace Leadership Training Workshops in April. God bless you and expand your work to the whole world, Josh! Somehow we’ve got to get it to Pres. Obama.