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October 25, 2005
Thanks be to God for such a soldier.If only we could recognize what she stood for by even respecting and encouraging each other what a better place this would be.
October 24, 2005
I remember seeing Ms. Parks on the campus of San Francisco State University. A huge crowd waited to hear her. When I was a kid, in Charlotte, North Carolina, my father told us (we were white) that if we rode the bus, we were to sit in the back of the bus. It would be hard to overestimate the impact and the force for good that Ms. Parks has had on this nation.

Jean Womack
October 24, 2005
Dear Rosa,
thank you for being you and giving me courage and strenght while growing up in racialy mixed and divided world.
may peace be with you and your loved ones.
October 24, 2005
I believe Mrs. Parks is with the Lord face to face and rejoicing in His Kingdom. She was a brave woman and may God bless her soul and give peace and comfort to her family. In Jesus, Jean
October 24, 2005
Rest in peace! Your legacy will live on.
October 24, 2005
Rosa Lee Parks...my life-long heroine! I was only 11 months old when you made your heroic stand - from your seat, at that - and you remain in my heart as one of the women most influential, most special, and most worthy of my emulation. I love you, and will honor and uphold your memory and legacy in my own family, that it may be passed down to all our generations. Your quiet fire has passed into the ether, now, Blessed Queen; I know it will show up again, soon, on this side.
October 24, 2005
By sitting down you gave us the courage to stand up. Take your rest,Lady Parks. Thank you!
October 24, 2005
Wow! What can one say about such sacrifice, such strength, such dignity. "Thank-you" seems inadequate, but right now, its the phrase that rings from my heart. Thank you Mrs. Parks. For your courage under fire, your dignity under pressure, your endurance over time. I thank you. My 3 African-American sons thank you. Our entire nation owes you a great debt. We didn't give you enough while you were with us. But I believe God will give you a crown.
October 24, 2005
God has called his humble servant home to enjoy her heavenly rewards. What a beautiful legacy she leaves us. May she rest in peace.
October 24, 2005
Empty-handed I entered the world

Barefoot I leave it.

My coming, my going --

Two simple happenings

That got entangled.

--Kozan Ichikyo, February 12, 1360

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