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Statue of Liberty, NY. Everyone is familiar with the Statue of Liberty as a symbol of the promise of America, but few are probably aware that, for a few years early in its existence, it was also officially a lighthouse, and under the authority of the Lighthouse Board. The lighted torch in Lady Liberty’s right hand had, and still has, great symbolic significance, but at its beginning, it was also used as a navigational aid for ships entering New York Harbor.

The view today: The Statue of Liberty, New York City, New York, with the commemorative tower to the left.

GOD has promised to never send a another flood that covers the earth....BUT we should not use our "liberty" in vain BUT pray that God would touch the unbelievers in this great country.... PRAY without ceasing for God to move & heal this land....It is his will that NONE would perish BUT COME to KNOW the SALVATION of OUR LORD JESUS. It shall be done on earth AS it is in heaven.

Statue of Liberty

Statue of Liberty, New York, New York, NJ United States. This is how my heart always remembers New York and no one can ever take that away from me. I have a picture with Jayne and Kevin standing on Liberty Island with the twin towers in the background taken the day Geoff ran the New York Marathon the last time.

To Victoria Edgecombe - Apologies

almost like another world, kind of reminds me of what electricidad might be feeling or even seeing whenever she "talks" to her father