Since memorial services for those peaceful demonstrators who have lost their lives have been banned in Iran, I would like to propose that we hold non-political memorial services around the world instead. If I understand correctly, Mousavi has proposed to remember these brave men and women on Thursday, and so I will suggest that we do the same. It seems to me unseemly that such memorial services should be overly political, so I would suggest no ostentatious displays of the color green or symbols of nationalism. I would also suggest two messages or perhaps three to go with the events, to wit: (1) We are many, we are one. (2) Today, we are all Iranians. (3) No greater love. Any comments? Any takers? Any such memorials already planned that I should simply join instead?