Day 10: December 18


For our last day in the camps we would love to share with the Darfuris of Camp Goz Amer your messages to them. Leave your personal note or comment to them below and we will pass it on during our last day in the camps!

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Our hearts are with you in your valiant struggle for freedom. You are setting an example to the rest of the world with your strength and bravery. We hope that the year 2011 will bring peace to you, your family, your country.

We are filled with admiration for your courage in the face of terrible odds. And we hope with you for a new year of change toward peace. We send loving wishes to you, your families and your community.

For Christians this is a time of year that we celebrate the birth of a very special baby, Jesus. It is a time to remember that all babies, all children are special and loved by Allah. I pray that all the Darfuri children will know how much they are loved and most of all I pray that soon you will be able to return home.

Never give up hope; your courage is an inspiration to all. There will be change and a bright future ahead of you. You are not forgotten about over here- we send you love and support.

I am thinking of you during this difficult time. Continue being the inspiring, courageous and special people that you are and hopfully your lives will improve soon

I think of you and all the people of Darfur everyday. Most days I remind friends, family and people of the U.S. government that they need to act to help create peace and justice for all Sudan. You have suffered too much and too long. You deserve to have a peaceful and prosperous home. May that happen soon.

Mere words from a stranger half a world away must sound hollow to you but I want you to know that my heart breaks for you and that you are in my prayers. I pray that God will comfort and protect you and return you safely home soon. God bless you all.

I think of you every day and will keep working to urge our world leaders to help bring peace to you and get you home safely.

Dear Darfuris,
being an ex-refugee from Bosnia myself, i know it is not easy to live in the camp.
i also know that you have a will for survival that will lead you over to a bright, happy day!
being resourceful, keeping the community together and your spirits up, will help you live to see the light @ the end of the tunnel.

when ever i think of you i send you my prayers for healing, peace and love.

wishing you to have peace tomorrow!
sending you all tons of hugs and care!

Answer me when I call, O God of my righteousness, Thou who didst set me free when I was in distress; be gracious unto me, and hear my prayer. -Psalms 4:2

Dear brothers, sisters, of Darfur, may you receive ancient blessings free of the spoils of any religion, and simply full of pure humanity and spiritual oneness with the earth, sky, and universe.

My thoughts and prayers are with you all! I know that things are going to get better and better for you all, for they must!

Hello from another part of the world, but one that shares your hopefulness for a better life. We promise to do all we can to help so please keep your spirits strong. And take care of each other!

We can never quite begin to comprehend what you have all been through- but know that we will support you 100%, and that we will work to make things better for you and your families.

You are not alone; thanks to I-Act they have let us hear your voices and we have had the opportunity to learn of your hard ships. This is long road that we travel to make conditions better, but it is road we will travel together. We may not be something you can touch or feel, but we are with you and pray that you don’t give up on yourselves. Together we can work towards a better life for you and your people, and may God bless all of you.

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