Sept. 11 – Music to honor firemen, policemen, and all those who lost their lives on that day…

And to honor all our military who have paid the ultimate price protecting citizens- either with the critical loss of body and/or mind quality, and those who have given their lives in the service of all of us in the United States of America.  God bless them, and God bless us all.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

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Photo taken during only one “conflict” – these were boys and girls we lost in ONE DAY.

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5 Responses to “Sept. 11 – Music to honor firemen, policemen, and all those who lost their lives on that day…”

  1. vhhp Says:

    At that time, When I saw the news on the TVs, tears rolled down, word less. Our local news papers were publishing articles about the dead, missing and injured. In that sense, i commented that it was a pathetic incident. We can not bring them back…. but the life goes on and on. An Indian Emperor – Ashoka the Great – became reluctant towards wars and deaths. I remembered him then. Let there be no pain in any one’s life. Let there be peace all around.
    Let noble thoughts come to every one’s mind. ………..

  2. Marsha J. O'Brien Says:

    Ahh, I understand. It was as you say, pathetic. I do not celebrate an “anniversary” of any tragic event, but this is just a reminder to honor all those who put their own lives in harms way, to help others.
    There were heroes that day, and in the days following..we need to be reminded we all live in the same world and should love on another.

    You comment reminds me of Philippians 4:8, in the Bible: “Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable–if anything is excellent or praiseworthy–think about such things.”

    Blessings to you and your wife and family my brother and friend!

  3. Island Traveler Says:

    My thoughts and prayers to the men and women who lost their lives in 9-11 and the days thereafter and of the family they left behind. A beautiful, moving tribute that echoes deep down to one’s heart. We will never forget. This very second, we continue to pray and fight for freedom, justice, peace, equality, democracy, respect for life and dignity.

  4. morris walker Says:

    I wrote the song THE TWINS, the day after 9-11 to help me deal with the trajedy personally. Writing songs has been a way of expression
    for me for over fifty years. I am a twin. I love my twin. When the twin towers died It seemed like THE TWINS, were our’s, America’s twins. And we had forgotten how great our country was it was a tragic reminder that we should be proud Americans and always remember and salute the day THE TWINS died. They were part of the American family. God Bless America.

    Forever American

    Morris Walker

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