Friday, January 06, 2006

For Religious Freedom.

The turnout is certainly not impressive. It didn’t even attract the police’s coming. Nevertheless, these are the people whom, night after night; sometimes even battling in the heavy downpour, stood on symbolic grounds of justice so that what may have been perceived as abstract and symbolic may now be known as real and true in the lives of a nation.





This is the real Malaysia.



Will you therefore clasp your hands in prayers, join their hearts in compassion and unite with their minds in conviction? Will you lend a hand in holding a candle, helping to light others and being willing to let others light yours?


Nightly vigil
Venue: High Court, Jalan Raja
Time: 8-9pm

Postings on this issue by dynamic Malaysians
Soo-Inn Ps Sivin Jacksaid

3 Comments:

Blogger Sivin Kit said...

thanks for linking me ...

2:12 PM  
Blogger jacksons said...

Those candle pictures are awesome. You are turning into quite a photographer, I downloaded them to use as wallpaper.

3:06 AM  
Blogger everquint said...

Hey, neat article. I think a Malaysian response is greatly needed. Its no longer about letting others deal with their own problems. I think in this scenario, we begin to see Malaysians from diverse cultures and beliefs are in the same boat, under the Federal Constitution that is.

Lets keep this in prayer even if it seems that it does not have a direct impact on us Christians.

3:07 PM  

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