"I call on every American family and the family of America
to observe a National Day of Prayer and Remembrance,
honoring the memory of the thousands of victims of these brutal attacks
and comforting those who lost loved ones. 
We will persevere through this national tragedy and personal loss. 
In time, we will find healing and recovery; 
and, in the face of all this evil, we remain strong and united, 
"one Nation under God." 
-- President George W. Bush

 

 

America Remembers

Through the rubbles the voices cry, 
Young, old...heroes one and all 
Voices clamoring for a justice we simply can't deny; 
Voices of our brothers and sisters today do we recall; 

As night turns into day 
The City strives 
To alter the disarray 
But still the Big Apple remembers 911 and all those who lost their lives! 

America remembers the Tragedy quite clear, 
September 11, two thousand one 
Brings an air of sadness to our minds; but never fear 
For America can never be shaken...it will persevere and we'll live on! 

Yet we must remember one and all 
The tragic quake caused by evil men 
That shook the Big Apple 
And took the lives of America's children 

America remembers 
With a tear in her eyes and a sadness in her soul, 
As the voices of her children 
Clamor for justice once and for all. 

copyright © Mary Gonzalez
used with her permission
thank you Mary

http://www.coping.org/911/memory/marypoetry.htm

 

 

 

My heart and soul are with you!
May God keep all of you safe
 
~ Anat

Thank you Anat...
A very special message from my friend in Israel

 

 

From Shirley - Netherlands

 

 

From my Family-USA
if you would like to display this tribute
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Renee@mymistyrose.com

 

 

 

 

"What counts is not necessarily
the size of the dog in the fight;
it's the size of the fight in the dog."
--General Dwight D. Eisenhower

 

 

This This Golden Reetriever, "Bear",
was one of the first dogs to arrive on the scene and get right to work.
©
Photo: Sep 13, 2001, Reuters / Pool / Beth Kaiser)

 

 

The dog is the most faithful of animal
 and would be much esteemed were it not so common. 
Our Lord God has made His greatest gifts the commonest. 
Martin Luther

 

 

"Cowboy"
a FEMA-certified Border Collie
 is one of over 350 devoted dogs
 who lent their superhuman senses to the search and rescue operations. 
©Photo: Sep 21, 2001, AP / Alan Diaz)

 

 

"If these dogs only knew what a difference they make.  Certainly, there's nothing that can replace the precision of a dog's nose -- 
and absolutely nothing that can replace a dog's heart."

 -- Bob Sessions, rescue worker, Federal Emergency Management Agency
From "The Scoop-Dogs In The News.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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