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The Day The World Changed....September 11, 2001

That day will forever be sketched into our minds. The day America..."Land of the Free & Home of the Brave"...was brutally attacked. Not by another country in some vain war effort like Pearl Harbor, but by an individual group of terrorists.  A group with no regard for human life.  A group that did it in the name of their God. A group that believed this attack on America would bring us down. We are stronger than that...they should have known this.

We all stood terrified that dreadful morning as the tragedies unfolded before our eyes. Many Americans seen it live on TV and sent us trembling to our knees with the knowledge there was nothing we could do. We watched helplessly, calling our loved ones to alert them to the news, wanting our children near to us, our families in our hearts as we slowly understood the massive loss of lives that was occurring right before our eyes.

As the day wore on, we slowly seen something remarkable happen. For the first time in history, other countries stood with us, praying with us, crying with us as this was also their pain. Many countries had citizens in the World Trade Center. These terrorists did not just attack the United States...they knowingly attacked the entire world. That was their biggest mistake. Instead of tearing us all apart, many nations stood together. Made us stronger and more determined than ever before to end terrorism. Watching the people of England, France,  Germany & Canada among others,  singing our national anthem was overwhelming. 

And For That We Thank You.

	"Give me your tired, your poor,
your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
	The wretched refuse of your teeming shore, 
Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me;
	I lift my lamp beside the golden door." 
 

  Please Send Your Appreciation To England For Their Stand With America Against Terrorism Via Their Newspaper "The Guardian"

 editor@guardianunlimited.co.uk

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