Thank you for the outstanding issue dated October 8. I was particularly inspired and comforted by Chris Meyer's article title "In the shadow of the WTC." The ideas shared in this article have helped me and others with whom I've come in contact. I do not object in the slightest to the photograph of the burning building. I feel it is important to face what seems to be an enormous tragedy with the knowledge that "God is good and God is everywhere" as the article so compellingly states. It has provided me with many new avenues of thought and prayer.

Helen Rose Craig
Los Angeles, California

I have loved the Sentinel my whole life, and the current format is so excellent. The "Items of Interest" are always inspiring and interesting; the interviews and unusual subjects being addressed are so great because they really make me stretch; the testimonies are always wonderful; and I love the art work. I am really enjoying getting to see photos of some of the authors. These photos help make the experiences more real, too. I always get a kick out of the letters to the editor that are exact opposites of each other, showing that you just can't ever please everyone and that different things help different people. The special Sentinel that you published after the terrorist attacks was so powerful. I sent copies to two relatives and a friend who had lost his wife in the plane that hit the Pentagon. I am deeply grateful to you all for your publications week after week after week, and I hope it helps you to know that I read every word.

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November 26, 2001

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