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September 18, 2001
Canadians are mourning your loss at every level and in every city and town. Our lives, too, have forever changed. We will win this battle together - that's what friends are for! God Bless Us All.
September 18, 2001
My heart and my prayers go out to all the victims and their families of this terrible tragedy. While there is no way to know what you are going through, please know that you are not going through it alone, and that the world is praying for you. May you find some comfort in that knowledge. God Bless You.
September 18, 2001
To all the families of the deceased firefighters,

The members of the Forest View Fire Department share in your sorrow of the brave men and women of the New York City Fire Department that lost their lives in the World Trade Center incident. Our prayers and thought are with each one of you. God Bless America.
September 18, 2001
My God Bless the victim's families and friends and may God give you strength. And God Bless those brave men and women who gave their lives in trying to save others.
September 18, 2001
My aching heart and constant prayers go out to all the families and friends of the innocent victims of this tragic event. Although, this inconceivable act of terrorism will be forever engraved in our minds, hearts and souls, we are showing the world the strength, love and compansion we have for each other - this is the true building block for the future of not only this wonderful country, but for the future of the world. May we not let our anger guide us into battle prematurely, but rather, may it open our minds and hearts in an effort to find a solution in ending hate and discrimination in all countries once and for all. Finally, to all Americans -no matter your nationality, color, religion - may we continue to stand tall and proud TOGETHER!
September 18, 2001
I am deeply saddend on what occurred on American soil. We Americans are proud and unite together when tragedy happens and we will prevail. I just wish humanity would get along and all this rubbish would stop. My prayers and thoughts go out to those who lost loves one in this tragedy and know that as Americans we are united and you are NOT alone.
September 18, 2001
Dear Families:

My simple words could never fully express the sadness that has filled my state and my home since the tragedy on Tuesday, September 11, 2001. I can barely read the details of the loved ones that lost their lives in such a heinous way. My family and I wish you peace and love in this time and please know that you do not suffer alone, the Nation is with you. May the Lord bless you and your loved ones.
September 18, 2001
This horrific event has truly made us closer than ever as neighbours. Your flag hangs outside our home in Canada and a candle is lit at night.
Our prayers to all and our gratefulness and to the strength of your emergeny workers
September 18, 2001
I would like to offer my condolences to all families who have lost loved ones in this terrible tragedy, which has touched us all. I would also like to thank all firemen,policemen, doctors, nurses, construction workers and volunteers helping in my city. Thank-you so much for working countless hours and keeping hope.
September 18, 2001
I am so sorry that this bad thing happened to you. We love you.

Daniel Ruff, Age 9
Ridgeway, SC

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