Monday, September 11, 2006

September 11th

Let today be a day to remember, grieve, and heal.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Were there any other witnesses to what I saw?
We were on a layover. We traveled together my crew and me, by train from midtown to attend the first memorial, September 11,2002.
The site was quiet and reverent as the memorial began. The names were called with the accompaning bell.
Soon the wind picked up, and began to travel in a circle round the site. The chains holding up the sides of the buildings rattled. The flagpole halyards chimed. I saw a huge dust cloud rising across the way in front of the Winter Garden Building,opposite of where we were standing.
At first I thought it was smoke. But it was dust, it found its way into my eyes.
Later the New York Post carried a photo of a dust cloud rising from the inner circle of the flowers for the fallen.
I felt that God's presense was there and we were witness to these souls journeying on.
God bless them and I pray for peace on earth.

Skysmiler,retired F/A

Anonymous said...

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Were there any other witnesses to what I saw?
We were on a layover. We traveled together my crew and me, by train from midtown to attend the first memorial, September 11, 2002.
The site was quiet and reverent as the memorial began. The names were called with the accompanying bell.
Soon the wind picked up, and began to travel in a circle round the site. The chains holding up the sides of the buildings rattled. The flagpole halyards chimed. I saw a huge dust cloud rising across the way in front of the Winter Garden Building, opposite of where we were standing.
At first I thought it was smoke. But it was dust; it found its way into my eyes.
Later the New York Post carried a photo of a dust cloud rising from the inner circle of the flowers for the fallen.
I felt that God's presence was there and we were witness to these souls journeying on.
God bless them and I pray for peace on earth.

Skysmiler ,retired F/A