[nabs] reflections on tragedy
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Sun Sep 11 19:39:37 EDT 2011
Isn't it amazing how our world changed in just a few hours ten years ago? I recall sitting in my fifthgrade art class just after the first plane hit. We saw live coverage of the second. Amazing how it feels so long ago and yet so close to our hearts. I thank God for the men and woman who fight to keep us safe, and certainly those who lost their lives. Blessings to all on this day of remembrance. While we have much to grieve and fear, we also have a freedom that we must celebrate.
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On Sep 11, 2011, at 3:27 PM, "Ashley Bramlett" <bookwormahb at earthlink.net> wrote:
> Hi all,
> We all have varying views on how to address safety and security. But somehow, some way, those terrorists got through.
> We were attacked a decade ago.
> I was finishing a class in high school when I heard the news. School was closed the next day. Our school had an assembly where the choir, band, and other groups performed to commemorate 9/11.
> I hope that we all take a moment to reflect on it. I will be praying for our country and everyone’s safety/security on the anniversary.
> I’m a Christian so I have faith that we will grow stronger as a nation. If you had a loved one impacted by the attack, I hope you recovered somewhat from the tragedy.
> Some pray in churches, others are going to public memorials today and still others will do volunteer service to serve the country. If you are doing anything different or special, I hope it goes well for you.
> Take care.
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