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September 17, 2001
“Don’t forget to remember.” Those were the very same words I spoke to my son less than a month ago as my husband and I took him back to college. Ironically, those are the very same words I would say to all humankind. We must not forget to remember those lost in this barbaric attack; we must not forget to remember the families shattered by this tragic event and the emotional scars that will last forever; remember those who so heroically gave their lives to save others; remember our pain, grief and anger, not just individually, but as a nation; remember how we feel now when we look at each other. For once we’re all on the same page. Remember to pray, pray, pray! I have heard that at times of great despair we should say “thank you God” -- thank you because we KNOW our faith is strong enough to see us through. Finally, remember that, for better or worse, this is OUR country. I have never considered myself to be particularly patriotic, but the events of 9-11-01 have left an indelible mark on my soul; have left me feeling violated in a way I can’t express, but, bottom line, this is my home and I am proud to be a New Yorker. I am proud to be an American.
September 17, 2001
Whit heavy heart I reflect that we have been at war with terrorist and never knew it. What a painful way to find out. Each life lost is dear to us, each grieving heart shares their pain. We will not forget.
September 17, 2001
I am so sorry for your pain and suffering and I only hope that the love and brotherhood we are all feeling will not fall by the wayside in the days to come.
Forgive us Lord?
September 17, 2001
Words cannot describe how I have felt over the past 6 days, My heart goes out to everyone who lost a life, to the family's of the victims. May god bless all of us during this time....
Brent & Chastity Thomas
September 17, 2001
Words cannot begin to comort the family members of those who lost their lives due to the horrible events that occured on September 11, 2001. My Prayers are with everyone who has had their lives turned upside down by this tragedy. Now more than ever we need to stand United and continue to help and show support to the families of the victims....
God Bless America!
September 17, 2001
GOD BLESS AMERICA
MAY GOD BLESS, ALL THOSE AMERICA LIFES LOST IN THE W.T.C. OUR HEARTS GO OUT TO YOU WITH OUR PAYERS. WE MUST STAND UNITED......
GOD BLESS AMERICA
OUR HOME SWEET HOME!!
September 17, 2001
Words cannot express the pain, the sorrow I feel in my heart for the souls we all lost. I can but only imagine the horrendous suffering the families of those lost are feeling. I hope that my prayers bring you a hint of solace, and a semblance of peace to your hearts.

May the God of mercy, Jehovah, bring you peace and balm for the wounds in your hearts and spirit.
September 17, 2001
As I see the American flags flying through our town, in more places than even on the 4th of July, I cannot stop grieving over the many many lives lost needlessly and without warning, in the terrorist attacks. I pray every day for the victims, those left behind, and also the terrorists themselves. I believe only the Holy Spirit can restore peace to our world, and I pray for that fervently. Thank you to all the people helping in New York and Washington, and to those in the military who will serve our country in the wake of this attack. God bless us all and have mercy!
September 17, 2001
God Bless America. Thank you to all the people involved in or supporting the resue workers, cleanup crews and families of the victims. For all the prayers and thoughts of those in support of our Great Country, we are thankful.
September 17, 2001
I would like to express my sincere conodelences to those that lost loved ones in the horrible tragedy on Tuesday, Sept. 11. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you as well as all of America. God grant us the peace and strength needed to carry on.

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