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    Please, share with me in a moment of silence in honor of the astronauts that gave so much and for their family and friends that will be needing our prayers.

    Thank you and God Bless To All Of You!

    LORD PLEASE TAKE THESE HERO'S INTO YOUR
    HEART AS THEY ASCEND TO HEAVEN.
    THEY GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR THE BENEFIT OF ALL MANKIND.
    BLESS THE FAMILIES OF THE FALLEN
    AS THEY PREPARE FOR THIS TIME OF GREAT LOSS.


    OUR HEART, THOUGHTS, AND PRAYERS ARE
    WITH THEM

    GOD BLESS.

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    Please, share with me in a moment of silence in honor of the astronauts that gave so much and for their family and friends that will be needing our prayers.

    Thank you and God Bless To All Of You!

    LORD PLEASE TAKE THESE HERO'S INTO YOUR
    HEART AS THEY ASCEND TO HEAVEN.
    THEY GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR THE BENEFIT OF ALL MANKIND.
    BLESS THE FAMILIES OF THE FALLEN
    AS THEY PREPARE FOR THIS TIME OF GREAT LOSS.


    OUR HEART, THOUGHTS, AND PRAYERS ARE
    WITH THEM

    GOD BLESS.

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    • #3
      Why do we need to send people to cosmos? They could have very well stayed here in earth and be alive. Mother Earth has so many problems itself, we cannot pretend to ignore these problems and concentrate our attention on cosmos.

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      • #4
        I understand, but that is neither here nor there. Just a thought though, without science, where would we be?

        In respect to those who chose to do what they loved doing.

        God Bless Them!

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        • #5
          Our prayers are always for them who were on this mission to explore the Universe. They did not care about their lives as they went on a mission to exporation so that the rest of the world and future generations could benefit from their experiments. We share our sorrows and sympathy with their families.
          May God give them peace and strength to their families to bear this loss.
          God Bless America.

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          • #6
            Of course they cared for their lives...they just couldn't save them.

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            • #7
              Umesh,

              You are a wise man and always have the right words to say. Thank you so much for all the wisdom, knowledge, concern, and compassion that you share with so many others on this discussion board.

              You Truly Are An Asset Not Just To America, But To The World.

              God Bless You!

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              • #8
                as much as I feel sorry for the astranauts, I do not agree that they have "given" anything special or more or that their loss of live is any more grave than the thousands of starving children, victims of state or individual terror and what have you on this bleak planet at this time... Certainly, their families will be well taken care of after this and they all lead extremely privileged lifes way ahead their untimely deaths.

                I don't agree that thousands of children are starving right here in this country or live under deplorable conditions, or that millions don't have basic health care, while private industries get rich and richer by having tax-payers finance their childhood disillisions of being a "space man".

                Space exploration's gains in science and knowledge is not reaching even 85% of todays world population. We have so much money to blow up in the air or in bombs on other countries and nations, and yet, no money to make life on this one planet more bearable for all...

                If space exploration was private as it ought to be, what do you think would happen?

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                • #9
                  To acl:
                  It is time for our nation to mourn. I can not understand, why people don't think about the purpose of their mission. Of course, everybody cares about their life but these people risked their lives to explore the Universe so that others could benefit. When they went on this mission, they knew there is always a risk in such mission, still they put themselves in danger. They just did it for us. We should all mourn their death.
                  God bless their families.
                  God Bless America.

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                  • #10
                    MY HEART GOES OUT TO THOSE FAMILIES THAT LOST THEY LOVED ONES TODAY. THOSE WHO DIED BELONGED TO SOME ONE.PAIN IS PAIN ANGUISH IS ANGUISH AND A SUDDEN DEATH OF A LOVED ONE IS JUST THAT NO MATTER THE RACE OR COLOUR THESE PEOPLE MEANT SOMETHING TO SOME ONE. WHILE WE CANNOT GIVE ENOUGH SUPPORT TO THEIR FAMILIES WE MUST REMEMBER THAT 16 MINS BEFORE THEY LANDED THEY LIVES WERE FOREVER LOST .SO MUCH CAN HAPPEN IN 16 MINS LETS REMEMBER AS WE GO ABOUT OUR DAILY LIVES THAT LIFE IS PRICELESS

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                    • #11
                      Call me Jew, call me Indian, call me American, call me Pakistani, call me anything that you want because I am a part of all of those who bring peace within our world, so sadly, I guess that would leave you out.

                      I truly hope you will find peace within yourself. Because without it, your world will truly be sad and lonely.

                      I am here if you need a friend!

                      God Bless You and God Bless To ALL People!

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                      • #12
                        To alc:
                        Don't worry about these ignorant people. They do not know, what they are talking about. They just think about themselves. They can not even imagine this can happen to anybody in their own families. Accidents do happen all the times, whether on road or in the Air. But these people were on a special mission for mankind.
                        God Bless America.

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                        • #13
                          My heartfelt condolences to the families who have lost their dear ones in this tragic accident. Kalpana Chawla was my idol, an immigrant who came to this country from India and went to be an female astronaut.

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                          • #14
                            Thank you so much to all of you who have responded on my behalf, God Bless You!

                            I really am sorry though for the attention that is coming back on me, for this is not the reason I created this post.

                            I truly would like to keep the focus on those who have lost a loved one today or any day of the year, and for a matter of fact, for those who have lost a loved one any where in the world because I know what it is like.

                            You all are in my prayers and God Bless!

                            Thank you to all you good people out there!

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                            • #15
                              People die everyday. America will kill thousands of innocent people in Iraq, they have killed thoudands of people in Afghanistan, Their biggest ally, Israel kill thoudands of innocent Arabs. Last time I checked, all human beings were created by God and for him they are all equal, What's so special about these 7. Nothing. They died while performing their duties. Death is always a tragedy. Atleast these were the fortunate ones, they will be remembered in history and the whole country is mourning. How about shedding few tears for all the unfortunate ones who know one remembers, we call it "Collateral damage" Shame on all of you who think that the death of these 7 is somehow a bigger tragedy.

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