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People of USA, PA , NYC, DC
The Pain of Loosing Loved Ones

A day of Training for American Airline Agents in DFW turned into a day of "Disbelief and Horror", as we watched TV Monitors as the second TOWER got hit.

A good friend in class was a newlywed and it was her husband's Uncle and Cousin that worked in one of the Twin Towers, but they were not to die that day, as they were running late, and found they could not get into Manhattan to work. But for her it was a Day of Agony. She would not know until that evening and even not till the next day, that it was not there time to go. You could not call anyone. I felt bad for her and everyone because I knew of death when I was as young as five years old. It is a time of questions even for a little child.

To all those people who have lost loved ones, healing comes in time, maybe a long time, but does come in time. Then you have the lovely memories to look upon and know they are watching over you, even when you do not think they are. "They are There."


lonewhitewolf -9/12/2003
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My marriage
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Pray for Michelle and Carlos N. 07/08/2008
"This prayer is to help us sell our home."

Pray for Donald H. 07/07/2008
"The love of my life has cancer."

Pray for Amanda B. 07/06/2008
"Please pray for my daughter and her unborn child."

Pray for Janice A. 07/05/2008
"One of my most favorite people in the whole world needs your prayers today. Please spread this and include Janice in your daily prayer."

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