Respond on attack 11/9 by terrorists

For Sake of God Here I provide all reviews and respond that DAVID share with us. The fight of "VIEW" they onto will never end. They fight until all people in the world believe that they are right, good, perfect and their "view" is the faith one.

Everything Changed

I was living in Connecticut at the time and at work when the news started to filter in, first that a plane hit one of the towers which, we all thought it had to be an accident. Then the second one, then the pentagon, and it was clear it wasn't an accident. I can't help but feel like the people who sneer and mock at the remembrances and ceremonies just don't understand what it was like, how it felt, that fear and sorrow, and knowing that everything you knew just changed in such an awful way. My heart still aches for all of those who've lost lives and loved ones in the attacks, and afterward. —Guest

Remembering from El Paso

I was just swiping in to work in the morning in El Paso, TX, when one of my coworkers told me that a plane had flown in to the World Trade Centers. When I got into my area at work (zoo), I turned on the radio, found CBS news (actually many were broadcasting). In the course of listening to it, Dan Rather had said one of the towers was collapsing! It was almost hard to believe. The radios remained on all day, all week in fact. We gathered around the lounge where a TV was put for us to view what was happening. I later went home to visit my Dad, who was very emotional about it all. I remember the church being totally full that next Sunday, and often after that. Then, I guess in a way, things returned back to business as usual.—Guest Robert

My Living Room

The morning of September 11, 2001 was very extraordinary. I remember sitting on the living room floor watching Dora the Explorer when there was a knock on the door. It was my next door neighbor saying turn on the news. My nanny was going ballistic asking why. Then when my nanny turned on the news I saw the second plane turn around and hit the second tower. I remember from that day that people in Virginia wearing mask because the Pentagon had been hit and all of the smoke. Even though I was only 4 when it happened I can still remember parts then some parts are still a little fuzzy. Sometimes I am glad I can't remember it, then other times I want so that way like on the 10 anniversary I could remember and feel for those who have died. In 2013 when I turn 17, I am going to fly up to New York and see the finished memorial and so that way I can have a chance to cry for those who lost their lives that day. And that's a promise to all. God bless America and the survivors of 9-11 and those who died.—Guest shelby w reed

I Wish I Had the Chance to Remember

When 9-11 happened i was only four years old now i am almost 15 and tomorrow is the 10th anniversary of 9-11. sometimes i wish i could remember what happen that day but my mom tells me all the time she is glad i don't because to this day my mom still has nightmares about it. September 11 2001 was one of the most terrifying days in the history of America but i can say this one thing that day tested America on how strong of a country we are and always will be. The people who attack our country thought it would tare us apart but it did not we stood our ground like a true American would. We lost a lot of Americans that day and people from other countries too and i am grateful for those who died that day trying to protect us from harms way. God bless the families of who died that day and i am sorry for your loss. God bless America! God bless those died on 9-11 and their families! and Thank you Lord for those who survived.—Guest shelby reed

10 Years On from 9/11/01

It's hard to believe that it was 10 years since that fateful day. I still remember it like it was yesterday. I was 19 years old, still in school in Blackrock, Co Dublin, and we had gone to the nearby gym, and had been allowed to go home, when I saw a guy that work at the gym with the radio on. When I asked him what was going on, he told me that something had hit one of the twin towers in New York. Shocked, I rang my mom to pick me up. When I got home, the news channel went on, and we both watch in horror as a second plane hit the other tower. Then the news came in that the pentagon had been attacked. Then as each tower fell, my heart broke, and tears fell down my face. Then later I heard about flight 93, and my heart broke again. Adults, children, people of all ages and nationalities gone. My heart still goes out for those mothers and fathers, sister and brother, sons and daughters who lost someone that day. They are still in my heart, in my thoughts and in my prays. Laura—Guest Laura B

Watched and Listened in Shock

I was the operations manager of a chemical transport company in South Africa. My sister phoned me from Johannesburg and we turned on the radio and listened to the news in shock. That night I sat and watched the news and reruns with tears streaming down my face as I saw the people jumping from the burning floors and falling like rain to their deaths. I watched the Muslim Arabs cheering and dancing, and the the PC media censored that.—Guest John van Heerden

I Saw a Vision of 9/11 in June

Back in June 2001 I had a vision where I saw everybody walking around in masks. I told my friends. Then September came along, I was working on my brake when I came back in, my friends told me what happened.—Guest Barbara L

Watched in Horror

Watched in horror as the buildings came down. When I woke up the next morning, I was hoping and wishing the headlines would have read "Event though it is September 12th, April Fools, the towers are still there!" Needless to say I didn't get my wish.—Guest Teresa23

In a Daze

I was in my room. My sister came to my window yelling turn on the TV. I was like what's going on? Then she told me a plane hit one of the towers. I was in shock. So I went to the TV and turned it on just as the plane was hitting the second tower. I couldn't believe it. Then I was watching the TV till it was time for me to go to work. Then once I got to work I was in a daze and every one that I came in contact with was in shock and in a daze all of that day.—Guest christine

9/11 on My Ranch Thank God

I had the Today Show on the morning of the attacks in New York City. I have an extended New York and California family, so I was as I was there. My pregnancy is full of the memory of eating at Windows of the World and the free fall feeling of the elevator. Bruce Springsteen wrote the Rising to speak of the unspeakable. Everyday of my life I will treasure their memories and their courage. You speak of courage? Courage like that is beyond what we experience unless we are at the right hand of God himself, like so many were on that day. Aloha and God Bless you all and thank you for making me an American lady who is 60 and old enough to know...Michelle—Guest Villa Franchi Ranch

Working in Manhattan

That day I was on the NJ bus, on my way to Manhattan. My husband called me because he was in Manhattan already. He told me an airplane had crashed into the WTC! I wasn't believing that, and I arrived to Manhattan, and I saw the panic on the people. I was scared! I had to go to work. I was working on the 43rd Street. Of course, I could not work, because I was to scared! I watched the TV and i went on the roof, and I saw everything from there. I saw the 2nd airplane crash into the WTC2! That day I found out how people can help to each other. American people are so helpful, and I was crying for 1 week! I wished I could help. I still don't speak English good, and so I can't write, but i could tell you more! I am Hungarian, but my people is never that helpful, and loyal as American people! I love the USA so much. I wish i could write English more, so I could tell you my memories. I still remember every moment, and all the family who had loss their loved ones. Always remember.—Guest magyaros

Day That Changed My Life

The most poignant day in my life. I became closer to my Lord.—Guest Cindy hodges

What Happened?

I was only 5 at the time, but I remember that very day as if it were yesterday, sitting at home watching TV with my dad. When the phone rang my dad was talking to some one, then hung up and turned on the news and I saw people running all over the street and the buildings falling as they were hit by the planes. I knew then that this was going to be important for me to remember in the future since I did not understand what happened or why.—Guest Meredith

9/11 Then and Now

I was at home, disabled and already depressed that day. Once I saw the second plane hit the WTC, I realized how insignificant my own problems were, and the tragedy unfolded before my eyes. I cried for the people who died, the people there witnessing it firsthand, and also in fear of what was next. I knew God was a God of love, and this was done by people who were cold and heartless. Since then I've prayed every year still crying, but now I know not to cry for those who were taken, but for the families left behind. It reminds me that we are living in the New Testament and how God did forewarn us of things like this to come before His promise could be kept, much like how he sacrificed his only Son to die for our sins, as that was the only way to our salvation. It shows that just because we live in the US doesn't mean we are exempt from all the tragedies we see in the rest of the world. I pray for us all to one day seek God's kingdom where tears and pain will be no more. Until then, we will remember.—Seeker_of_Gods_Love

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