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September 11th 2001 Every single person in the world has been affected by Tuesday September 11 2001 This event will live long in our memory both those who witnessed the unspeakable horror those who watched it and cried from afar Our childrens children will hear of this day in future history classes May we never forget and may we keep this day the events and the tears in our minds our memory and our hearts and take them with us as we carry on May we always remember this day and may we find peace in this beautiful world created by god May this never happen again Teach your children well Offer a helping hand where just a few months ago you would have just continued on your way Absorb your spouses hug kiss and your life together breathe in that moment today might be their last day Give your child a cheery loving smile and hug make sure they know you love them Today might be their last day Call your family tell them what you have been putting off Today might be their last day Stand quietly peacefully in the wind listen to the birds and watch the sun set Today might be your last day Treasure each day like its the last day What a beautiful sayings This is a part of an article which has been edited slightly and found with pictures at httpwwwpackrat-procom911htm check it out its neat The reason why this part of the article was put in this report is because it relate to the song for this report The song chosen is by Michael Jackson Heal the World It also shows eminent examples of emotions on how this day should be remembered as Plethora of people thinks of this day as a tragedy as a day in which a throng of terrorist attacked and destroyed Americas unity American citizen dont think like that lets stand together
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