Everyone deals with mourning or tragedy differently. And yes, time does help to heal the sorrow of loss, but it can never fill the void. It's hard to believe, twelve years have past since that fateful day -- from recovery to rebuilding. This year, while going thru my yearly morning of 911 remembrance, I came across this statement that in my opinion basically sums up the reality of September 11, 2001 every year... “What separates us from the animals, what separates us from the chaos, is our ability to mourn people we’ve never met.” - Author, David Levithan.  May God Bless America - and the world - to keep people safe from harm and filled with the hope that peace will prevail...

911 Memorial - Healing Fields, Tempe Arizona 9.11.2012

WTC Beam - Chandler Firehouse, 9.11.2012

Towers Of Light - Ground Zero - 9.11.2011

911 Ribbon Wall - Battery Park 9.11.2011

911 Memorial Parade - 5th Avenue & St. Patrick's Cathedral - NYC 9.11.2011

911 Pentagon Memorial 2008

 Ground Zero 9.12.2002


Twin Towers 8.16.2001

Steps of the Federal Building - Wall Street - Just before walking over to WTC to go to the top - the roof of the South Tower 8.16.2001

My favorite photo of the Twins...
"Three things in human life are important. The first is to be kind. The second is to be kind. And the third is to be kind." - Henry James


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