Yeah! What she says!

Yeah! What she says!

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

A Tribute To September 11th

Today is September 11th. Six years ago today our nation was attacked, and thousands of innocents lost their lives. The following is a tribute to September 11th, but it arrived in my email from a very unlikely place. Jordan in Gdynia, Poland sent this wonderful tribute to me via email, and I had to share it with all of you. Jordan is a reader of this blog, so all, please send him your thanks.

I am publishing Jordan's email to me, word for word. His English is so much better than my Polish! I can't speak a word of Polish!

as every year , in my little town lost somewhere at the end of the world - at seaside of Poland ,people fold flowers and inflame candles to celebrate the memory of innocent victims of the attack on WTC which were killed from the hand of animals.
From the hand of animals which shamed to all other animals


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the inscription proclaims : on September 11th,2001 our hearts stopped petrified with horror - on that day we were all New Yorkers.

-on the 1st anniversary of the terrorist attack on WTC - inhabitants of Gdynia.

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my town Gdynia


Jordan, on behalf of every American I know, I would like to say thank you to you and all of the others in Gdynia who prayed for the families who lost loved ones in the World Trade on September 11th, 2001. We also send our thanks for standing beside our nation in it's grief. We are grateful, and truly blessed to have all of you as friends.

3 comments:

Mahendra said...

Very touching. It is so heartwarming to see love spreading across the globe so seamlessly thanks to the blogosphere!

Thanks for sharing this wonderful tribute.

Sarge Charlie said...

I will never forget, I will never waiver, I will never quit.

count said...

It's great to see people on the other side of the globe that get it, when many here at home don't. Thanks Jordan, and you're one hell of a photographer. Nice work