He will stand before God for judgment.
I thought of the people on Flight 93, who took the plane down before it could hit another building, and of the firefighters and police in the building.
I think of two people especially. One, Welles Remy Crowther, was an equities trader working in one of the towers, but he was also a volunteer firefighter in a nearby suburb. He ran up and down the stairs several times, guiding people out. He died when the towers fell, aged 24.
Another, Abe Zelmanowitz, remained in the building because his best friend, in a wheelchair, couldn't get out.
Those two men have been special beacons to me through these years, and I think of them tonight, because they served light and not darkness.
Last edited by Olympia; 05-02-2011 at 12:17 AM.
Very proud of our military tonight. While it is a victory for Bush/Obama... I say it's the unnamed, unsung heroes that truly hold the victory.
I agree, Toni. How brave those special forces folk had to be, to go in there! I'm in awe of them.
Be careful what you wish for...I am sure there will be repercussions.
no doubt there will be. those that think the war is over are fooling themselves (yeah I'm looking straight at DC and the media).
I love this photo, though - http://graphics8.nytimes.com/images/...3-custom11.jpg