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Wednesday, 22nd December 2010

MSMAS receive Christmas Greeting from Hamada Hanshi in Osaka, Japan...

Once again Hamada Hanshi has sent us a Christmas message..

 

"Heavenly stars keep on reflecting from the distant past extending hopes and prayers for the lasting peace and happiness for humanity.
 
May your Christmas holiday be very merry and joyous with all your loved ones, families and friends! It is a special time to give one’s heart, love and warmth to everyone. Sharing such spontaneous joy will be so precious and unforgettable. Returning to the pure childhood is a beautiful experience for all of us.

We hope the coming New Year will be very bright and prosperous for you and your family. We pray for your good health and wellness throughout the year."

Tesshin Hamada ~ Osaka, Japan

 

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