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Kay Larson said:   March 11, 2010 11:09 am PST
I am a Baha'i living in a small, rural town in Southeast Alaska. Recently I watched a video, "The Singing Revolution", which is about the rise of Estonia in achieving independence in 1991 through non-violent means. After that, I wanted to know how and when the Baha'i Faith came to Estonia. I was quite moved by this story about Brigitte. What a pure and dedicated soul! Thank you for sharing these details of her life of service - that all of humanity may rise to its fullest potential in true freedom, brotherhood and love.

Gail Owens said:   December 30, 2009 1:45 am PST
My husband and I went to the gravesite this morning (Dec. 30, 2009) One of the ladies at the office at Rahumae Cemetary helped us to find where she is buried. What a lovely location and we said a special prayer that asks that she be sheltered "beneath the tree of Thy oneness" and it was very appropriate because she is physically sheltered under a lovely tree at that location. The headstone was buried under at least 6 inches of snow but we found it and if I can, I will post a photo of me beside it.

Gail Owens said:   December 28, 2009 11:21 pm PST
We will be visiting Dear Brigitte's gravesite today. It will be a treasured experience. We will say prayers for her beloved soul. We are so happy to be back in Estonia after a 12 year absence...and we feel Brigitte's spirit often! I will write more later.

hanka said:   November 30, 2009 12:02 pm PST
hello everybody

Gail Owens said:   May 18, 2009 7:50 pm PST
missing Brigitte a lot year later.

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