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Remembering 9/11

White Tulip with Mascari in the Background

Time is too slow for those who wait,
too swift for those who fear,
too long for those who grieve,
too short for those who rejoice,
but for those who love, time is eternity.
~ H. Van DykeMore

Rest in peace Marcello Matricciano, Jose Angel Martinez.

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3 responses to “Remembering 9/11

  1. Trevor Hilton
    says:

    I’d gotten married only about 2 weeks before, on August 25. I was working as an installer for Lucent Technologies. I received a page. I called and was told don’t go to work. I asked why and was incredulously asked, “Have you seen the news!?!?” I turned on the TV and spent the rest of the day glued to it.
    The next day I went to donate blood. I waited in line for an hour, and the line was even longer when I left.

    It didn’t get a lot of publicity, but many people who survived or lost loved ones in the Oklahoma City Bombing went o New York and Washington DC to serve as counselors for those victims. God Bless them for being willing to feel their pain all over again to help someone else deal with theirs.

  2. says:

    I find it increasingly difficult to focus on the past when it seems we are so indifferent to the lessons the 9/11 attacks sought to teach us.

    Today, September 11, 2012 Egyptian Islamic radicals ovveran the U.S. Embassy in Cairo and tore down the American flag and replaced it with the black banner of radical Islam.

    The Obama Administration’s policy of appeasing radicals as demonstrated throughout the Arab Spring emboldens radicals who seek to attack us again and again until we finally learn the lesson.

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