Thank you for your feedback and interest in my posts about the 13th anniversary of 9/11/2001. For a generation it was their Pearl Harbor and it shows us all how fragile we all are. It’s a reminder that humanity is a very broken thing. Sometimes you have to remember history so you won’t repeat it. I appreciate everyone who liked and reblogged my posts and there were a lot of them. May God bless our world that is in peril.
Remember those in uniform who are serving our country. They have been on the front lines of keeping us safe. Our military deserves great recognition for their sacrifice. We also must thank their families who they left behind so they could be on the field of battle.
There is temptation to live in fear in the times we live. My friends claim your lives for yourself, your community and the world. Bad stuff happens when we fail to be a part of a solution. Evil people have the potential for redemption if we show them love, peace, kindness and reconciliation. No one is out of the grace of ones higher power. We are one human family on this day, lets come together. Give peace a chance.
For some of us 11 years ago was a blur. This article from Wikipedia has a great synopsis of what happened during this tragic day 13 years ago.
September 11 2001 As It Happened – CNN Live 8.40am – 10.11am
Remembering September 11, 2001 – Lest we forget the tragedy of our past. That day in September no one saw coming. People in New York, Pennsylvania and Washington DC were going about their daily lives when terror struck them. The greatest way to remember these folks is to go to work each day to make our country great for everyone. God bless those who we remember today.
This is a list of those who perished 12 years ago on 9/11/2001. Here you can see pictures, a very short bio and where they died that day. When you know more about the victims the impact of that horrible day has more meaning.
This is one of the best songs written to commemorate the tragedy of September 11, 2001. Alan Jackson is one of country music’s best songwriters and performers. He helped many make sense of this event that changed every life in America. This video is worth a look.
Alan Jackson – Where Were You When The World Stopped Turning (by coolram1952)
Always Remember, September 11, 2011….New York, Washington DC, Shanksville, PA…three places where our country changed forever. May God bless America and her allies as we seek peace and justice. Mourn those who were lost that day and those who have fought to keep us safe.
New York Fire Fighters are getting cancer and other respiratory problems. Many have died, more will from the particulates they breathed in the aftermath of the collapse of the World Trade Center. This is sad and should anger many people.