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From: Poem about HAIN

MaryGlynn

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Cate sent this to me over email

WHAT HAIN MEANS TO ME

HAIN is more than a place to gather and share.

HAIN is a family, where you will find others who care.

Our HAIN family allows you to be yourself,

without having to hide anger or grief.

HAIN is a family that wipes your tears when you weep.

By joining HAIN

and sharing your pain,

you have everything to gain.

Your tears are not in vain.

There's always a HAIN sister to encourage, offer compassion and understand.

You will soon know you are not alone.

You can feel many warm kind smiles

as you are offered kind words and hugs across the miles.

By sharing your sorrow,

it will help you have a brighter tomorrow.

As you heal,

you will one day begin to feel

that your life is again worthwhile.

Mary Cate Bratcher - 2008

Source: Poem about HAIN



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