Sunday, September 11, 2011

Remembering 9.11.2001

There will be much said today on television, by co-workers over water coolers, phone conversations with family and friends, social network sites and various other places about the events of September 11th, 2001.  But no matter what is said there is one thing everyone will agree upon.  It was horrific. Our nation and other nations around the world watched in horror as scene after scene replayed in living rooms and work places on television sets and computer screens all over our planet.  For days afterwards we donated blood, money, time, whatever it took  to help us regain our emotional balance from the savagery we witnessed.
It was one of those moments in time that you'll always remember where you were and what you were doing when the news flashed on the television screen. Tears streamed down our faces then and continue today every time we see those images.  The man responsible is dead  but it took us so long to bring him to justice.  Many brave men and women gave their lives that day and in the days since to find him and send him to Hell where he belongs.  God Bless the innocents who died that day in the WTC and their families. God Bless the firefighters and police who gave their lives that day attempting to save innocent victims of a brutal murderer.  God Bless our Soldiers who fought and will keep fighting to defend this country and all her people.  NEVER FORGET 9.11.

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