fdnyHmmm.....and people ask me what "343" means.
hard to wrap my head around what happend that day...Thank You PaulIt's still almost too heavy to comprehend.
I wish you all the happiness required to balance that weight.
That's sickining... :down:Hmmm.....and people ask me what "343" means.
In some strange way, maybe meeting her today will now give you a small closure.Yury funny how in eleven years of attending the anniversaries we never seen each other until now.. her anguish tolled on me every time I ran into her back then.. and I have some way it still does..
I too am glad we met.. sad also for the fact her closure was never made.. she said she is ok and has made her peace.. I am not as forgiving and still have a long until I will call peace on the people that want to see my destruction.
We worked toward and got some closure with Dec 7th.Every September 11th, I've always felt the same anger and rage I felt when I first saw the footage of the attacks getting played over and over. For some reason, last night, 11 years after the attacks... I just bawled like a baby this time. An overwhelming sadness just hit me all once and I couldn't stop crying.
I hope one day years from now, the future generations of America can regard the day with the same emotional detachment I do with another date that will live in infamy, December 7. I understand the significance, but December 7th doesn't make me sad for fills me with rage.
9/11... always will.
I would like to take a moment to Remember all the Lives that were lost on 9 -11 ...and in the following actions in the middle east. I hope and pray that if even only for one day... We can look at our fellow American brothers and sisters and remember the love and cooperation that we all shared following 9 -11.
United We Stand, Divided We Fall. God Bless America, God Bless the Republic.