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September 12, 2002
There is nothing more that can be said!. As we grieve as a nation, we also grieve as individuals, on this day we are all one family in unity & love. To all those who lost loved ones so tragically, our hearts go out to you... as a nation. WE WILL NEVER FORGET
September 12, 2002
There are no words to compensate for the great loss suffered on the 11th September 2001. I am not an American, I have no connection with your great country but I feel deeply for your loss. I can only promise never to forget what happened that day and to always remember those who died and those who survived in my thoughts and prayers. I wish you peace and the strength to live on in the memory of those you lost. God Bless.
September 12, 2002
On this one year anniversary of the most tragic loss of lives in my life-time, I wish to express my deepest sympathy to all those who lost loved ones. As an Air Force wife, my family has devoted much of their time and hearts to supporting victims and their families. I have never felt such grief and helplessness in all my life. I always feel it isn't enough. I pray for those lost in the WTC and both flights that succumbed there. I pray for the heros of flight 93 and hope that I can learn to have just as much courage. I pray for our service members and the workers at the pentagon and the passengers on the flight that succumbed there as well. I also pray for the families of the victims, so that they may find a light that will bring them to happiness again. So that they may go on with there lives someday and not have to wake up in tears. Lastly, I pray for the survivors! I pray that they can overcome the horrific sights they saw on that day as they ran for their lives. I pray that they can also have some happiness and closure on losing co-workers, friends, and family. God Bless You All ~ And God Bless America, and all that we stand for.
September 12, 2002
I will never forget that morning as I watched the tv as the tragedy unfold over and over. As I watched I was in awe as the nurses,doctors,firemen and regular people went to help. As I looked I thought just as the stars stand boldly on our flag so did those people that went to help. I did not see anyone stop to think should I go and help, no they just fell in where they could.For that I salute each and every one. Without a list or program everyone fell into place.
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