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Remembering September 11

Friday, September 10, 2010

Today is an anniversary of a day that changed America forever. Thousands died, thousands more injured. Our whole country in shock and terror.
Out of this rubble, every person in America needs to remember that it was extremists who did these horrible deeds. We need to remember that Muslims are not to blame and we need to remember that our country was founded on religious freedom.
I ask simply that we honor the men and women who died that day and every day since in the wars started because of terrorists...Terrorists not our Muslim neighbors, store owners, or American citizens. Do not blame all people who believe in the Koran or Islam, any more than we would blame Jews, Catholics, Methodists, or other religions.
We need to remember and honor those who died.
We need to remember and honor those who lived through it all.
We need to remember and honor those on that fatal aircraft.
We need to be true Americans and blame the true cause of the terror, the terrorists and only the terrorists or they will have won.
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    Thanks for posting this. Couldn't agree more.
    2777 days ago
    This is so so true...
    Always feel so "deep" on September 11th, so spiritual and like I need to live the day like it was my last.
    But it has raised a lot of anger too, anger that was the source of this catastrophy happening in the first place... If we close the loop, where will it end...
    Great entry, thanks for that x
    2777 days ago
    An excellent piece and I couldn't agree more. Thanks for putting your thoughts into words, you are a special spark friend... emoticon
    2777 days ago

    Comment edited on: 9/11/2010 12:53:06 PM
  • LEXIE63
    I hear you!
    Lex xxx
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    2778 days ago
    Well said!
    2778 days ago
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