Excerpts from Kennedy’s letter to Pope Benedict XVI

Shortly before he died from brain cancer, Sen. Ted Kennedy wrote a letter to Pope Benedict XVI. President Obama delivered the letter to the pontiff during his visit to the Vatican in July.

Sen. Ted Kennedy wrote to Pope Benedict XVI, asking the pontiff to pray for him as he dealt with cancer.

The following are excerpts from the letter as read by Cardinal Theodore McCarrick at Kennedy’s private burial service Saturday in Arlington National Cemetery: Read more at CNN.com

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A Sick Politics, Fox News Not Covering Senator Ted Kennedy’s Death

All the TV news networks in the US such as CNN and MSNBC, including local news sources and online news media have been non-stop reporting and covering the death of Senator Ted Kennedy, since the news broke out of his passing, except Fox News Network, which only touches bit-size-pieces reporting on his death.

Senator Kennedy was a democrat, and Fox News generally favors reporting on Conservative related news and events, and thus probably it feels unobligated on deep covering of the death of Senator Ted Kennedy, who was not just a symbol of the success of the American politics and the spear of social injustice, but a great American.

Instead, Fox News is focusing on Obama seeking help from the Godfather for his health-care reform?

Sometimes, we just need to put politics aside and come together not as Liberals and Conservatives, but as Americans, just as we did on 9/11.

Please eulogize and evangelize Senator Ted Kennedy, the lion of democracy and the spear of social injustice at his Wrisen Profile on Facebook.

Wrisen.com, a Social App to Help You Remember, Honor, and Cherish Your Loved Ones

Wrisen LogoWrisen (www.wrisen.com) was launched on July 27, 2009, and it’s live now exclusively on Facebook at http://apps.facebook.com/wrisenbook. Wrisen, a social app for social networks lets you easily create profiles for all your loved ones, post and share eulogies and condolences, upload their pictures, videos, and memorial gifts.

Wrisen enables you to share sympathy about your loved ones with your all friends and family members on Facebook.

The application is a Facebook-like by itself within Facebook, it’s free, easy and simple to use, and each eulogy, condolence or comment posted on any profile and on the profile wall is instantly distributed and shared among all your Facebook friends.

You can basically create and post a profile for any person or pet that you may have admired and adored. It could be anyone from the past, such as Princess Diana, Gandhi or anyone you want to eulogize.

Wrisen is a cool social application that I created to help make social network users feel better and forever remember their passed loved ones.

Try it out and please let me know what you think about it.

Launching Wrisen, a Social App for Social Networks

wrisen logoThis coming Saturday, I am launching Wrisen (www.wrisen.com), a social app for social networks that lets you create, share, and browse profiles for all your deceased loved ones, family members, relatives, spouses, friends, acquaintances, cohorts, pets, or anyone else you adore and or admire.

Wrisen will initially be available for Facebook, and the iPhone, iPod Touch, and T-Mobile G3 versions will follow shortly.

At the same time, within the next few weeks, I am going to unveil the all new Welated (www.welated.com), a social utility that alerts you instantly any time your mate cheats on you with anyone, anywhere, anyplace.

I’m excited about these two projects, and I thank my developers around the world for working tirelessly in making these projects the best yet.

I am also looking forward to unveil the all newly redesigned Tipmart, Jetie.org and Zemuse.com towards the end of the year (2009), and that will complete my innovative properties for the moment.