Because things don't make themselves.
Because people didn't create themselves.
Think beyond existentialism, Darwinism, scientific theories of evolotuion, procreation.
A car doesn't repair itself.
A newborn can't feed itself.
Counseling doesn't always work.
Surgery doesn't always heal.
War doesn't always mend.
Restitution isn't always the the resolution.
In general, so true.
on the 10th Anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on American cities,
the United States has risen above the ashes.
Look back a decade ago.
Then, look around the cities of New York, and Shanksville;
the Pentagon is still fulfilling its purpose.
It did not work!
It made us stronger!
We have united in support.
We have restored.
We have searched within ourselves for a greater meaning of existence.
We have asked the greater one to uphold us.
We have implored the wise to instruct us.
We have learned a better understanding of life.
The people, not the politics...
The families, not the disenfranchisements...
The courage, not the fear.
The purpose-filled existence, not senseless annihilation.
The unity, not the division.
The triumph, not the discouragement.
The love, not the hate.
God Bless America.
References & Resources
"The Wise of Understanding: a thought on 9/11/11"
Share your memories of where you were on Sept. 11, 2001, and how you felt about the events of that day.
Pentagon chief visiting 9/11 site in New York - Navy News | News ... www.navytimes.com/news/2011/09/ap-pentagon-chief-visiting-911-sites-new-york-pennsylvania ...
Watching a msnbc.com video: Children born on 9/11 visit Ground Zero - http://on.msnbc.com/qa38AF via
Flight 93 National Memorial (U.S. National Park Service)
P.O. Box 911 Shanksville, PA 15560 Park Headquarters ... www.nps.gov/flni/index.htm
The National 9/11 Flag
The National 9/11 Flag is one of the largest American flags to fly above the wreckage at Ground Zero. It has become our generation’s Star-Spangled Banner.
Pentagon Memorial Remembers 9/11 Attacks
Seven years after American Airlines flight 77 crashed into the Pentagon, the nation's first major memorial to the tragic events of 9/11... If the victim's nameplate on the bench can be read with the Pentagon in the background, the person died in the building. If the sky is in the background, the person died in the building. If the sky is in the background, the person died aboard the plane. An "age wall" slopes from three inches high for 3-year-old Dana Falkenberg to 71 inches high for 71-year-old John Yamnicky to represent the range of ages of the victims from youngest to oldest. Underneath each bench is a small self-contained pool of trickling water. Memorial co-designer Julie Beckman says the design is intended to evoke similar sentiments among other visitors to the new memorial. "This is where those 184 people, this was the last place that they lived. We wanted to make a place for people to come and remember, reflect, and renew."
'BOATLIFT: An Untold Tale of 9/11 Resilence' by RoadtoResilence (YouTube channel)
The Official Pennsylvania Memorial to the Victims of the September 11, 2001 terrorist ... Website development & hosting donated by netStride Internet Solutions. www.9-11memorialgarden.org
Shanksville, PA - Flight 93 Crash Site Memorial
Visit reports, news, maps, directions and info on Flight 93 Crash Site Memorial in Shanksville, PA. ... 911 Flight 93 Memorial After seeing Ground Zero in NYC and the Pentagon ..www.roadsideamerica.com/tip/9596
'Enjoying Autism in Cinema'
Rizvan Khan, a Muslim man from India, moves to San Francisco and lives with his brother and sister-in-law. Rizvan, who has Aspergers, falls in love with Mandira. Despite protests from his family they get married and start a small business together. They are happy until September 11, 2001 when attitudes towards Muslims undergo a sea-change. When tragedy strikes, Mandira is devastated and they split. Rizvan is confused and very upset that the love of his life has left him. To win her back, he embarks on a touching and inspiring journey across America. ‘My Name is Khan’ is the triumphant story of an unconventional hero overcoming obstacles to regain the love of his life.
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