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In the New Year 2012: A Prayer For Peace, Justice, Equity, and Fairness For All.

 “Whatever you can do or dream, you can begin it.  Boldness has genius, power and magic in it.”–von Goethe

     At Midnight, I remembered to observe and follow the old tradition of the Twelve Grapes which are to be eaten one at a time marking the hours leading to 12:00 o’clock sharp, followed by a sparkling grape juice, sipped slowly while recollecting the year’s end, coming to mind all at once, at the prospect of another one.  The New Year of Our Lord Two Thousand and Twelve (2012) marks Anniversaries and Celebrations with Hopes for Peace, Justice, Equity, and Fairness tempered with Love, Joy, Meditation, Reflection, Foresights and Insights into the new millennium.

     While I visited the public library, I came across a quote from Gloria Steinam scripted on the wall:  “The Future Depends Entirely on What Each of Us Does Everyday.”

      In the New Year 2012, I have set out Twelve Resolutions as a Lombard resident homeowner, Illinois Victim of Heinous Hate Crimes in York Township, DuPage County, U.S.A.:

  1. To protect my personal Civil Rights and Human Rights in the State of Illinois as a Lombard resident homeowner in District 5.
  2. To stop being a Lombard Victim of Heinous Hate Crimes.
  3. To investigate the reasons why I have been singled out as a Lombard resident homeowner for Abuse of Civil Rights and Human Rights in Housing Under The Law in the Village of Lombard.
  4. To identify my Mother who has been sequestered by medical staff, friends, and other relatives for the last six (6) years, since January 12, 2006.
  5. To contact Nathan Scott Wittler whom has been estranged since 2001.
  6. To uphold the Enforceable Illinois Victims’ Rights Act  under the Constitution.
  7. To enforce the Constitution of the State of Illinois, Article I, Bill of Rights, Section 8.1 for Crime Victims’ Rights, Section 12 Right To Remedy and Justice with the National Victims’ Constitutional Amendment  for Illinois Enforceable Victims’ Rights Act.
  8. To obtain Compensation and Restitution as a Lombard Resident Homeowner who has become an Illinois Victim of Crimes in District 5, York Township, DuPage County, U.S.A.
  9. To set out new personal, professional, and financial goals in the New Year 2012 with high hopes for the future.
  10. To maintain personal relationships with others, family, relatives, friends, and associates.
  11. To keep a healthy diet, balanced nutrition, and daily exercise during the year.
  12. To pray for peace, justice, equity, and fairness for myself and all others in 2012.


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