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September 18, 2001
I have been reading this guest book and it sure proves that no matter how bad things seem and are , United States Of America's people sure pours their love out ... Our other friendly country's also do the same ... God Bless Us All ... United we definitely are !!!
September 18, 2001
In this day & age it is hard to believe that something like this could happen in our country.
September 18, 2001
The world grieves with you. Your innocent loved ones will never be forgotten. My thoughts are with you at this desperate time.
September 18, 2001
GOD BLESS YOU ALL, THIS IS THE BEST COUNTRY IN THE WORLD, AND GOD IS ON OUR SIDE.
September 18, 2001
My prayers are with you each day. Your loss will never be forgotten. God will bless you and the USA.
September 18, 2001
"Tomorrow's Memo"

I wrote this poem September 14, 2001 after watching the life-changing events that transpired over the previous days. I am appreciative of the sensitve and informative coverage I saw in the major print and TV media. And, I also applaud the forward-oriented, solution-seeking discourse which now occupies our planetary community. I encourage it to continue.

Like many in the country, I would like to feel that I can make a "difference" and "help" eventhough I am far from New York City. So, I post my poem here.

I sincerely hope that these words will comfort the families who have lost SO much, and that these words will also be a beacon for all of us on the new roads we have found blasted into memory and into our physical, everyday life.

Much good can come from this tragedy, if the best parts of us as individuals, and the best parts of our national conscience and resolve are what rise from the ashes - immortal, unviolated, always central in our choices and committments to one another.

May all of us find Peace and practice Tolerance and Unity.

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"Tomorrow's Memo"

Sweet Hearts:
I've been called home - not to the hearth we've shared,
But to the Center - where all are safe and so completely loved.

Please remember me as I have lived.
Do fill the measure-of-your-days with the fortune of caring we have built together,
And please renew it each day - with acts of loving-kindness and growth.

Until we meet again - in Love, Always



(c)2001 Margalite
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September 18, 2001
This past week has shown everyone how strong our country can be. Our hearts are with the families that have been lost someone they truely love, it could have been anyone of us. The people that lost their lives are now known as our heros. They showed us how they yearned for freedom.
The Rice Family
New Hampshire
September 18, 2001
It breaks my heart still today as it did a week ago. My step-children till this day want to sleep with me because of the horrific attack on US land. Our family have grown closer because of this tragedy. Their is good amongst the bad. I pray DAILY for all the lives that have been taken from this world for no apparent reason. Innocent lives...God Bless them all and their families. I have The nation in our family's prayer.
September 18, 2001
My thoughts go out to the victims and the families of this tragic day.
September 18, 2001
May those who have gone before us find eternal peace. And may their loved ones be comforted by the fact they will have eternal peace.
You will not be forgotten our Prayers will be with you.
Love,
Mr. Mrs. Fehn

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