9/11


Today strikes the 13 year mark from the tragic day that we all remember; 9/11. September 11, 2001. The day that 2 planes hit the World Trade Towers in NY. Terrorists destroyed them.

Every day on every 9/11 since, America has remembered. And we should never, ever forget that day. America, don’t ever forget.

I don’t remember it in my own person: My Mama was pregnant with me, so yeah, but she remembers seeing it on the news, when my older bro Ryan called her out of the shower when he heard it. Even in I didn’t feel the happening of it, I will not forget. This is the promise every American needs to make; it is our responsibility not to forget. Those men and woman who died, we remember them.

The men and women on the plane that crashed into that field- the passengers on board saved so, so many lives, taking their own.

History ~ 9/11 I haven't forgotten...This is the surreal image that I remember.  The kind of thing you only imagine being in movies.

 

The innocent dead, we remember.

40 Of The Most Powerful Photographs Ever Taken - BuzzFeed Mobile

The ones who died saving, firefighters, police, even the ones without a fancy title who just helped, etc.

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We remember.

So, so, so many people live today who have lost a loved on in 9/11. 

World Trade Towers. Pentagon. The plane in the field in Pennsylvania. 9/11. Around 2,996 deaths. America mustn’t forget this fateful, painful day.

9/11 WTC Photo

"By this time it was about noon, and darkness fell across the whole land until three o'clock. The light from the sun was gone. And suddenly, the curtain in the sanctuary of the Temple was torn down the middle. Then Jesus shouted, "Father, I entrust my spirit into your hands!" And with those words he breathed his last." Luke 23: 44-46

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9/11: The 25 Most Powerful Photos  I still remember what I was doing, almost 12 years later, on that horrific day.  I will always remember the brave men and women that lost their lives that day.

 

 

-Angela R. Watts

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