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American lives had seemed like a never-ending hourglass until the hourglass was stopped on that fateful September day September 11th has forever changed the way we think about our independence Although the hearts of Americans were truly broken we learned a very valuable lesson in our commitment to being free and independent Last years terrorist attacks on the United States have forever changed American lives We will never forget those who heroically lost their lives during the attack or those who served our nation through our military and public service Three thousand people lost their lives during the September 11th terrorist attacks Our losses could have been greater than seventy thousand if all had gone as planned but because of some unforeseen circumstances many lives were saved We owe the deepest gratitude to all those who lost their lives on this fateful day especially those who withstood the test of time and prevailed in saving our great nation America is part of an age-old culture of true patriotism of which some had forgotten The one-year anniversary of September 11th will unite all of America in commemorating those who lost their lives and show the true meaning of a patriotic nation America never forgets her heroes and always honors them with the highest regard which they truly deserve We cannot thank the men and women enough who lost their lives to keep America free Now we continue to rebuild reunite and stand at the right hand of Liberty as we fight the war on terrorism Those who lost their lives on September 11th will not be lost in vain but will be remembered as architects who rebuilt a nation with indisputable patriotism and love for one another
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