Remember the innocent, remember the brave, remember the families left behind. Remember those who are still serving to protect us.
Reflect on the future of our country, reflect on who will be best equipped to keep us safe, and pray that we are never attacked again.
We had a moment of silence here at work today as we have had every year since the attack.
i dont know about anyone else, but the video brings things right back to the surface, very hard for me to watch, i lost good friends in the attacks, very very very sad and somber day today. i ask ALL WHO MAY READ THIS: please never forget those great souls lost, NEVER!
As long as we shall live, this day will always be remembered...It was a very sad day and a horror that even I can't forget.I try not to watch the videos of it because its to painful.Although i haven't lost anyone i know personally in that tragedy, my heart goes out to all who did.We will never forget them...but never let it happen again.
It certainly hits close to home. We have daily reminders, but on the anniversary it is much more somber.
My wife called me and said it was hard to leave the kids and head off to work this AM- riding the train into Penn Station. On 9/11/01 she worked in the hot zone and witnessed the events first hand. She barely made it home. That weekend my wife and I were deployed to Ground Zero by Red Cross due to our special training and experiences with emergency communications. Even after first hand experiences and years later it all seems too large and too surreal.
This morning my Kindergarten aged daughter wore a little flag lapel. She understood the reasons why and we discussed it- as much as you can explain to a 5.5 year old while trying to protect her from the devastating details as well. It was hard to explain without losing composure. Even though my kids weren't born yet on 9/11/01 I knew that it would change and affect their lives.
Never forget- two words that mean so much.
I remember when we had 10,000 airline passengers suddenly arrive in Halifax. We knew why and we took them in.
The stories abound of selfless acts of support and assistance throughout the world to those citizens that could not get home.
9-11 is remembered outside the US with almost as much emotion as it is remembered within the US.
It is important to ensure that the tragedy of 9-11 is not allowed to be repeated anywhere by anyone!
9-11-01, NEVER FORGET!
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