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Discussion in 'H.I. Cantina' started by Yangdu, Mar 28, 2006.
Smoke, Prayers and Thoughts from Texas. Al
Vaya Con Dios guys.
Prayers sent and thank you for continuing their work
They live on in my heart.
Thank you Yangdu for everything! And prayers for you on this sad yet hopeful anniversary.
I started to light some incense, and found it was the last stick of Nag Champa, so for some reason I did a search for Nag Champa and came upon this thread. I read the whole thing through, and realized there was a reason why The Return of the King fell open last night to one of my favorite lines:
Prayers for all
Much of the good they did lives on through the efforts of the good supporters of this forum and the work of HI.
Though I only knew Uncle Bill and Rusty through my husband who posts here, I was very sad when I had heard that they had passed on, as was my husband. We sent many smoke and prayers up that day, and will do so again on this anniversary.
I still find myself thinking back on Bill and Rusty as well as Walosi and Pappy. Wish I had something profound to say. All I can think to say is I'm glad I knew them even if it was only online.
Bill & Rusty.
Wow, has it been a year. I still miss them.
Prayers out from Wyoming for Bill and Rusty... and for you too Yangdu. Thank you for keeping things going, and growing...
Today is a special day, for many reasons.
Thank you Yangdu, Uncle Bill, Rusty, Forumites.
A great thread and fitting memorial. Great souls have passed through this place. I know both Uncle Bill and Rusty would be very proud of the changes made over the past year, as well as in the direction HI and the forum are going under Yangdu's leadership.
Smoke going up tonight in their memory.
Blessings & smoke & thanks to Yangdu.
They are in our mind as always. Please take care. We will be there for you as needed.
Peace be with you.
This place was created by good folks, and it will continue to thrive because of good folks.
My thoughts are with you.
Here's to the many good things that started here, and continue to radiate outward.
Smoke from the East.