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A letter from the President Barack Obama

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    Yesterday early in the morning, as usual, I opened up my iPad and read the email.

    I saw this email - which sent from the President Barack Obama:











    This letter was mailed from president@messages.whitehouse.gov with the title of “Faith”

    The letter is as below:
    ==============================================================
    Good morning --

    On Sunday, I was in Moore, Oklahoma. Today, I'm headed to the Jersey Shore. Those two communities are separated by half a continent but united by a common sense of purpose. Like Joplin, Tuscaloosa, and New Orleans, they are home to people who've seen nature at its worst and humanity at its best. And they're filled with those who have made the choice to rebuild after disaster, to come back stronger than ever.

    The scene on the ground this weekend was one we all know too well: homes wrecked and neighborhoods devastated. But the memories I'll take away from Moore will be of people standing tall, of neighbor helping neighbor, of survivors working to ensure that no one suffers through tragedy alone. And that too, was strikingly familiar. I could have been back in Brigantine Beach after Hurricane Sandy. I could have been in Joplin in 2011.

    It's because of those past experiences in places like New Jersey and Missouri that I have faith that Moore will emerge from the wreckage of this tornado stronger than ever. And that's in part because I know that they won't undertake the road to recovery alone. This was a national tragedy, and that demands a national response.

    If you want to help, the best way to support those affected by this storm is to make a financial contribution to the voluntary organization of your choice. The best way to volunteer is to affiliate with an organization that is already providing support to survivors.

    We've set up a page to help steer you in the right direction. Check it out to get started:
    http://www.whitehouse.gov/oklahoma


    Thank you,

    President Barack Obama

    ==========================================================================
    For me, I love IT, I love my iPad, I love the experience of mine on this Earth, no matter what is happening or what is going to happen.

    Let us make it.
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