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3 hours ago, Dages said:

Yes it was during the summer convention... 2 years ago?

No.

Original text in the picture:

While this video was being prepared, Feliks and five elders from Saratov were
convicted and sentenced to prison.
Their sentences range from two to three and a half years.

 

On jw.org you can read:

On Thursday, September 19, 2019, six brothers from the Russian city of Saratov were convicted and sentenced to prison simply for being Jehovah’s Witnesses.

 

5 hours ago, Intercore said:

I feel I've watched this video before... Could that be true?

What you saw, was the picture above, here:

https://www.jw.org/en/news/jw/region/russia/Six-More-Brothers-Convicted-and-Imprisoned-in-Russia/

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Anastasiya Pryanikova mentioned:

 

"I was helped to cope with my fear by the words of the song: “Take one day at a time; leave tomorrow until tomorrow; peace is what I find.” I understood that it was important to solve problems as they came up and not to be troubled by what might never happen."

 

Is this the song referred to in wikipedia?

"One Day at a Time" is a popular Country and Western-style Christian song written by Marijohn Wilkin and Kris Kristofferson. It has been recorded by over 200 artists and has reached No.1 in several territories. Scottish singer Lena Martell had a UK Singles Charts number one with her version in 1979.

 

 

 

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Anastasiya Pryanikova mentioned:
 
"I was helped to cope with my fear by the words of the song: “Take one day at a time; leave tomorrow until tomorrow; peace is what I find.” I understood that it was important to solve problems as they came up and not to be troubled by what might never happen."
 
Is this the song referred to in wikipedia?
"One Day at a Time" is a popular Country and Western-style Christian song written by Marijohn Wilkin and Kris Kristofferson. It has been recorded by over 200 artists and has reached No.1 in several territories. Scottish singer Lena Martell had a UK Singles Charts number one with her version in 1979.
 
 
 

I think the Sister is referring to our Original song “Each Day Has It’s Own Anxieties”

https://www.jw.org/en/library/music-songs/original-songs/each-day-has-its-own-anxieties/


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