September 11

"One day your life will flash before your eyes.
Make sure it's worth watching." - Gerard Way


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29 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you! That was beautiful.

Anonymous said...

Thank you posting that moving tribute. We all need to remember them.

Ravello said...

Thank you for posting this beautiful reminder of this terrible day. May God rest the souls of the victims, rescuers and good people everywhere who cared.

Anonymous said...

That was beautiful, the music added so much. So great choice in music.

sis said...

I will not be posting anything about the G's nor reading about them today.

Judy said...

What a powerful slide show. Makes you think

cardamom said...

Thank you for remembering. We as a country must never forget.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for posting this video.

Anonymous said...

Thank you. I downloaded that video and saved it.

moi said...

What an amazing video. Thanks for posting this wonderful tribute. Some of the pics I recognized, some I didn't. For some odd reason, the one that really got me was the little boy in the Batman costume, laying flowers. Maybe because a child represents innocence? I'm not sure.

This was a very touching tribute.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for remembering.

Anonymous said...

Tears are streaming down my face. Thank you for a truly beautiful video. We must never forget that day. God please the victims, the heroes, and their families.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for that moving tribute. We should never forget the great loss our country faced that day

Sharla said...

Thank you very much, Serena.

goldensglitter said...

May God bless the victims and their families. It still seems as if it happened yesterday. God Bless America!

Tracy said...

Thank for this tribute. As a native of NYC, living and working there on that terrible day and the months that followed, it brings tears to my eyes. Although I did not lose any close relatives, there were friends and acquaintances unfortunate enough to be there, and my life was changed forever.

Thanks again.

Barbara in VA said...

Thank you. May we never forget. God Bless America.

WatchOverThem said...

Thank you for remembering, Serena.

sandy said...

Though seeing those images never gets any easier, thank you for remembering.God Bless.

Elisssabeth said...

Thanks so much. I deeply miss my Twin Towers. You could get your bearings anywhere you were NYC by looking up to see where the towers were. I watched in horror from the Verrazzano Bridge as the planes hit. Thought it was a terrible accident, but then realized it was a perfectly clear day so there could be no plane accident...then the second plane hit. They looked as if they were made of paper, the way they just tore. All New Yorkers changed on that day.

queenie said...

For some odd reason, the one that really got me was the little boy in the Batman costume, laying flowers. Maybe because a child represents innocence? I'm not sure.

A child's way of honoring the real heroes and the continued strength of Americans. For a child to put real people on a level with imaginary superheroes and to be saying, with his hero costume, to the bad guys, that he is not afraid, is truly beautiful.

IMO

pokie said...

One of the 4 tragic events where I remember exactly what I was doing and where I was when I first heard the news: Kennedy's assassination, John Lennon's murder, Challenger disaster, and of course, 9/11.

Today we shed tears for all who were lost, and for all who lost loved ones. Rest in peace.

Anonymous said...

The Families are in my heart prayers everyday.... God Bless...

Victoria C. said...

Never will I forget waking up that morning seeing everyone glued to the tv and I am wondering what is going on. I glance over and see someone hanging out of a burning building window waving a white cloth and I ask my mom "what is going on" and she says "were under attack". I just turned 18 four days earlier and as I watched I remember how scared I was and how I didn't want to believe this was happening. I think about that day all the time and I will never forget those lives that were lost. In my heart and on my mind will the people who died on 9-11 forever be.

ThreeFarmers said...

Made me cry. And the Farmer NEVER cries.

former fan quinn said...

Thank you for posting that video. It was touching. May we never forget that horrible day in our history. God bless America.

Janet said...

I just watched this video twice and it made me cry. Like all of you, I will never forget where I was when I first learned what was happening on that horrific morning and I will never forget all the innocent souls lost that day....may they rest in peace.

iluveeyore said...

Thank you, Serena.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for posting this--it is a beautiful tribute and reminder. I live in northern NJ, and I see some of the widows around town with their kids, trying to continue with their lives...it could've been anyone of us. It was also great to add in the pictures of people around the world paying homage to this event and lost lives.