Wish All Ri-Majols and Friends a very Happy and Safe Thanksgiving.
There are many things I am very grateful for this year and I am sure all of you have a lot to be thankful for as well.
This site is a blessing for all of us rimajols and friends who are scattered all around the world. For those of us who are far apart but have computers and internet, this site definately brings all of us together---if you want to get facts or want to know what is going on back home or in Marshallese communities around you can get it here most of the time. Kommol tata Aenet and Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours...and also to you fellow participants, members, and posters of Yokwe Online.
edited by: head, Nov 22, 2006 - 06:22 PM
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Komol tata, Head!
Happy Thanksgiving to you and to all!
In April, amazingly, Yokwe Online will have its 10th anniversary of continuous service.
I am thankful that, over the years, we have been blessed with many new friends.
I am thankful to God for the ability He has given to provide this website for Marshallese and friends scattered abroad and at home.
I am thankful to the many Yokwe Online users, forum posters, and news contributors who keep the communication lines flowing.
To you and yours, from California to New Jersey to Arkansas to Washington to Hawaii to Guam to Taiwan (to name just a few places), and of course, to the Marshall Islands, have an enjoyable time with your families!
To our Marshallese soldiers in Iraq, Afghanistan, Europe, US, and stationed around the world, a very safe and blessed day. Our prayers are with you!
"Promoting more information disclosure by the public service, rather than secrecy which may allow corruption to be hidden" - from Nitijela UN Workshop Outcomes Statement, Feb. 17, 2011
Happy Thanksgiving to you too, and to everyone.Pls tay safe during the holiday. God Bless
"God, our Father, has entrusted precious little ones to our earthly care. To them may we teach prayer, inspire faith, live truth, and honor God. Then we shall have heavenly homes and forever families. For what higher gift could we wish? For what greater blessing could we pray? None!"
Thomas S. Monson, President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
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