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September 19, 2001
May God Bless all the heros of this tragic event
September 19, 2001
I am deeply saddened, as are all Americans. We have lost many lives. We have also gained a greater capacity to love. I believe that many blessings will be bestowed upon us as a nation and as inividuals as a result of this horrible act of violence. We now know how truly blessed we are to live in this great country and how deeply we care about one another.
September 19, 2001
America in my eyes stands for the land of free and the home of the brave. My heart was shattered last Tuesday September 11,2001, when I witnessed those acts of Satin. My love and prayers go out to all that grieve including myself. Those who are responsible will pay so dearly, God Bless America ! Freedom Rules!
September 19, 2001
When my father died one thought I had was, how sad that his wealth of information and experience could no longer be shared. It was if (as I said at his funeral), "A library had closed". What a tremendous loss of experience and knowledge and talent America has suffered. Not only has a library closed it was destroyed. We all suffer this loss.
September 19, 2001
I am so so sorry . . . I mourn with you every minute of every day.

Please remember: good WILL prevail!
September 19, 2001
I am so sorry about what happen in new york and in washington. My hearts goes out to all the people affected by what happen and my prayers do as well.
September 19, 2001
September 11, 2001 was my birthday. I feel such a profound sense of sadness that the day of my birth will always be associated with the blackest day in U.S. history. I will always take pause on this day to remember those lost in this terrible tragedy and reflect. My thoughts and prayers go out to all who lost their lives and their families. May God Bless us all.
September 19, 2001
There is only one God, and all who perished in this horrible act, whether they be Jew, Christian, Muslim, or of any other religion, are now in God's hands. Our prayers for them and their loved ones.
September 19, 2001
I am a Vietnam Vet (68-69)and I have seen the horrors of war. I have been able to holds in my tears many years now,but on Sept,11 I wept.May God bless you all. We will always remember you.
September 19, 2001
My deepest condolences go out to those who lost family members or loved ones from this senseless tragedy. The full reality of what has occurred has not fully sunk in for me yet. I think there will be more dark days to come that we, as Americans, will have to endure. I pray we will be strong and determined enough to win the battle that is now before us. God Bless America.

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