Beautiful in French,beauties for ashes are all around us.
The ashes of someone who is gone are the same as the ashes of an absent person.
A person who was not seen for a long time is not forgotten.
The only difference is that the person’s ashes were not thrown into a well, as they were with those who died.
The same can be said about a loved one who is not there.
And this can be true for anyone who was killed by an act of terrorism or a terrorist attack.
The world is not as beautiful today as it was 20 years ago, but it is a much more beautiful place than it was then.
The idea that we are more beautiful and more beautiful for our loved ones to die in their graves than to see them in a new way is an idea that is still widespread in our society.
It is not the case that the world today is less beautiful.
The World Health Organization, the World Bank, the United Nations, the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees, the UN High Commissioner of Human Rights, and the United States Congress all have data that shows that we live in a world that is more beautiful than ever before.
The fact is that we have not had a global pandemic that was as devastating and destructive as the one that was caused by the pandemic in 1918.
The reason that we can still be more beautiful, as a society, is because we have survived it.
The global pandemics of 1918 and the 1918-1919 pandemic were devastating for many countries.
They caused an enormous amount of death and destruction.
But they did not bring about the end of civilization as we know it.
They did not end civilization.
The greatest tragedy of the pandemons was that it left us in a situation where we had to rebuild.
But if we had not survived the pandems, we would have faced an even more difficult situation.
What we are trying to do in the coming days is to get rid of the memories of the past.
We are trying, in the last three months, to move on.
We have the opportunity to do this.
And we are going to do it.
We can do it because of what the people of the world did on 9/11, to put an end to the global pandems and the fear that has been created around the world.
It was because of the actions of the people who were in charge of our world, and not just in America, and in the United Kingdom and in Germany and in Japan and in other countries, that we were able to survive.
And if we are able to get our heads around what the past has done to us, then we will be able to do something about the present.
This past year has been an extraordinary year.
This year has seen an enormous outpouring of love and solidarity, and an unprecedented number of nations joining together to create an even greater and better world.
We will continue to build on the progress that we’ve made over the last few months and the momentum that we had in the months leading up to the anniversary, but we cannot forget that we’re not going to be able, or willing, to achieve everything that we set out to achieve.
And so it is up to us to make sure that we move forward with a vision that is truly beautiful for everyone, and that everyone will be happy.
We must recognize that this is a new era.
It’s a new age in which the world has changed and the world needs to adapt to that new reality.
The first step in doing that is recognizing that the past was terrible and we have to learn from it.
That is what has happened to the world since 1918.
But we must not forget that the great past of humanity is the one where all of humanity came together, and we can make it better.
And that is what I believe we are doing.
We need to move forward.
We cannot stop now.
We should continue to move toward the future, and make it even more beautiful.
We want to make it beautiful for the next generation of people who will be coming up, and for those who are still alive.
And when they come up, we need to make them feel that their loved one’s memory is part of this beautiful world that we know and love.