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3 Responses to Newsletters

  1. Basheer Ahmed says:

    Though presently I live in India I may join my son in Melbourne in near future. When I come to live in Australia I can participate actively, meanwhile I thought I can share my views and understand your member views.
    If my being in India is of any use to the cause of humanism for your organisation I shall gladly oblige.

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  3. Harry says:

    To be effective implementation of Salavaris’s plea in the August newsletter requires that citizens take a little time off from straight material pursuits to think of the needs of others who are doing it tough. But Salavaris doesn’t suggest how to influence people in this direction.

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