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October 21, 2011


Jeanne Damoff

Yes! Thomas, I hope you'll check this out: -- a non-profit that is still in development, but will soon provide opportunities for artists to connect with aftercare facilities around the globe, allowing them to share art with rescued victims of human trafficking, confronting darkness with art, face to face.

Such a beautiful work and precisely in keeping with your post.

Thanks for what you're already doing through your words. Such an important, necessary work.



When we feel compelled to create something - a painting, a poem, a novena -- we may not know what good it does or what cotnribution it makes. But the fact that it was compelled means it will have an effect, it will be used, it will make a difference -- even if we never see it.

Human trafficking remains a great scourge, part of that "great darkness." A novena is a tiny light. But it is a light.


Every act of beauty and love and truth is a slap in the face to Death.

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