9/11 - 2 years later -- feels like yesterday

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JRKH

A lot of discussion around here this morning about where each of us were when we heard the news about the first plane crashing the Twin Towers.

Oh the changes that day has wrought.....

May we all take a moment today to offer our thoughts and prayers to those effected by what happened that day.

I can only hope the world emerges from this madness a better place for all of us.

Peace and Justice.

James
 

CarolX

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Re: 9/11 2 years -- feels like yesterday.

Thanks James,

I think you said it best. We can only pray that we come out a better nation.



Carol
 
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p_tww

Re: 9/11 2 years -- feels like yesterday.

CarolX said:
Thanks James,

I think you said it best. We can only pray that we come out a better nation.



Carol
God bless American. You do better,you were treated better.
 
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db

Re: 9/11 2 years -- feels like yesterday.

Ya know, James, I was just thinking about your post and your avitar, and how they seem to conflict. Then I realized you are sitting in warplane that is no longer serving its designed function. Wouldn't it be nice if all war stuff would be like that?
 
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JRKH

Re: 9/11 2 years -- feels like yesterday.

db said:
Ya know, James, I was just thinking about your post and your avitar, and how they seem to conflict. Then I realized you are sitting in warplane that is no longer serving its designed function. Wouldn't it be nice if all war stuff would be like that?


Amen to that brother. Amen to that.

James
 
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Randy Stewart

Re: 9/11 2 years -- feels like yesterday.

Making swords into plows?
I second the Amen!
 
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Randy Stewart

Re: 9/11 2 years -- feels like yesterday.

British Police Picture.
A contingent of British police officers walk together past two New York City Police officers as they decend a ramp into the ground zero site of the World Trade Center disaster as family members and friends of the victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center gathered at the site for a ceremony marking the two year anniversary of the attacks in New York, Thursday September 11, 2003. (Mike Segar/AP Photo, Pool)

Comfort Picture.
A firefighter consoles a child in front of a sign that reads, 'I Love You Daddy,' at ground zero where family members of the Sept. 11th, 2001 terrorist attack victims gathered to commemorate the second anniversary of the attacks, Thursday, Sept. 11, 2003 in New York. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens, Pool)

We Love You Daddy Picture.
No description needed.

This is what I 'understand'.
 

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gpainter

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Re: 9/11 2 years -- feels like yesterday.

When you see pictures of the father and motherless children, it just gets to you all over again. Then you get angry all over again. Not that you were not. May God be watchful over every orphaned child. :truce: to all
 
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