Contrary to what this sign says, people should never find New York "BORING."
Our trip was to learn what Presbyterians and other Christian denominations are doing to work toward justice, to bring peach and what we, as individuals may do to help.
While there, several of us made ribbons with wishes of peace that was to be woven into a memorial for the ten-year remembrance of the World Trade Center destruction; the plane crashes that not destroyed two landmark buildings but also destroyed the lives of people of many religious faiths, many nationalities. It was a time to remember the lives lost in the fall, including the scores of fireman and policemen who were there to help.
Both that day and on this trip we were changed by the imprint of what we learned, what we saw and what we felt.