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Please take the opportunity to make a difference.Check out the site.That was the original message; One would think with her personal experiences of repression and suffering, that since her release #Aung San Suu Kyi would lead her country to a peaceful future. 2017. Unfortunately this not appear to be the casehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8JNeFKqyWI One message for peace; stop the assault and killing of any and all people. Give yourselves the freedom to redeem the flower you hold so tight. Show a little care, let it breath, step back, let in a little light, its gonna be alright, no need to fight. An open hand could pave the way to something that is easier to embrace, a part of you could come through, a kinder face to break the chains that bring you pain. 讓自己的自由兌換花您擁有如此緊張。查看一點照顧，讓它呼吸，讓我們在一個小燈，這是公鹿好了，沒有必要打仗。一個開放一方面可以鋪平道路的東西更容易擁抱你的一部分可以通過友好面臨打破鏈，使你的痛苦 दो तुम इतना कसकर पकड़ फूलों के पाप से मुक्त करने के लिए अपने आप को स्वतंत्रता., यह साँस दो, एक छोटी सी रोशनी में दो थोड़ा ध्यान दिखाना, यह ठीक है, कोई ज़रूरत नहीं लड़ने के लिए होने वाला है. एक खुले हाथ कि आसान है कुछ करने का मार्ग प्रशस्त कर सकता एक kinder चेहरे के माध्यम से कि तुम दर्द लाने की जंजीरों को तोड़ने के लिए आ सकता है आप में से एक हिस्सा गले लगाना تعطي نفسك الحرية في استرداد زهرة تشغلونه تضيق حتى اعرض قليلا من الرعاية ، والسماح لها التنفس ، اسمحوا قليلا في ضوء ذلك ، ان يكون gonna يرام ، ولا حاجة للقتال. مفتوح من جهة ويمكن أن يمهد الطريق إلى ما هو أسهل ليشمل جزءا من يمكن أن يأتي عن طريق رياض الأطفال ، وجها لكسر السلاسل التي تجلب لك الألم https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWsolSCl_S8
Ahead of the #U2ieTour arrival in Belfast tomorrow the Zoo got news of a really great initiative that fans have put together for these special shows.. We spoke to two of the organisers, Connie & Gina to tell us all about it, and a bit about themselves.. First, here is the announcement from the #WhiteOutBelfast Facebook Event page 'This Wednesday, U2 are performing in Belfast for the first time in 18 years. It will also be their first show since the attacks in Paris. Belfast has its own history of terror and violence, so it seems like the right time and place to make a statement in the name of peace, love and music and pay our respect to the victims of terror and violence all around the world. Thus we plan to #whiteoutbelfast Wear something white if you can and most importantly wave something white, like a napkin, tissue, piece of cloth or paper, when U2: 1) Enter the stage 2 Play Raised by Wolves 3) Play Sunday Bloody Sunday 4) Play One (they don't always play One) Remember, big flags and banners will not be permitted inside the arena, so keep it small (no bigger than A4) and simple. People behind you also needs to see. Share this on Facebook and Twitter using the hashtags #whiteoutbelfast and #u2ietour' If you need a short link for the event, you can share this: http://on.fb.me/1Ny2QSr Connie Maria Westergaard, Creator and Chairperson of White Out Belfast "I'm from Copenhagen, Denmark, and I'm 38. I work with communications and social media. I fell in love with Belfast and U2 when I went there as an exchange student in 2003, and a guy lent me his U2 collection. I didn't leave my dorm room for days! so it's always been a dream of mine to see U2 live in that city, because both are very dear to me, and for me it's where it started. I love Bono, Edge, Adam and Larry. Their music are such a big part of my life and as a band and individuals they are a huge inspiration to me, and I am sure they will understand why we are doing #whiteoutbelfast - they taught us that it's always impossible until it's done. We are One!" Gina Cloe, Designer and Co-Chair of White Out Belfast "I’m from Indiana, USA originally but presently residing in the beautiful state of North Carolina, and I’m gearing up to celebrate my 32nd birthday on the 23rd of this month. I am a freelance designer and artist and my favorite projects have been U2 designs: posters, images, you name it I’ve done it. Anytime U2 is involved it is a passion project. I have been a fan since I can remember. I stole my Dad’s Achtung Baby album the second he got it, fell in love, and never did return it. Sorry, Dad! I guess you could say that Achtung Baby was my birth into the U2 fandom but I am deeply in love with Songs of Innocence. I have connected with this album, the lyrics, and even the experiences behind them on a very personal and emotional level. That album kept me afloat during the roughest part of my life. And, if you delve into the fan community you will find that the U2 lifeboat has been rescuing fans for a long time. I was able to catch the guys at Boston 4 and it was a phenomenal and moving show! The U2ers are the best people, not even just fans, on the planet! This is a tight-knit family and an army when it needs to be. That’s why I’m so proud of White Out Belfast. We are #strongerthanfear." Let us know if you are going along, or supporting online, and you can also join in the discussion thread in the Zoo