jeffrey saunders “We learned anew that freedom has a price. I viewed the whole revolting panorama from the No. 7 train when I was going to a meeting on September 11th.. A date we’ll always remember. Like so many of you I know a firefighter who may have been a victim when he was trying to help others. God bless all families and sustain everyone.”
By Rev. Austin H. Armitstead
What are your thoughts on the terrorist attacks against the United States this past week?
|jim ruddin “All of us have feelings of concern and have been affected by the attack at the World Trade Center that caused the loss of life for so many people. As a police officer I’m trying to do my job the best I can and appreciate the way people are sticking together. They are standing by the U.S.A..”||manjila tamakar “I think it’s something very terrible. Even though I’ve only been in this country for two years, it made me sick to think that all the people who died had done nothing against these cruel persons. All of us need to work together with love.”|
|monte joffee “This national tragedy has caused me to reexamine my own mission in life. I need to assume responsibility that I’ve promised in the past. I can affect things that are happening. I’m happy with the school students who made a significant, positive artistic display for a store window on 82nd St..”||joseph ricevuto “We express our sympathy and condolences to all who have experienced a loss of loved ones. We praise and give thanks for the courage and love of our fire, police, emergency workers and religious leadership. All of us should be in partnership for our world’s future.”|
|martin maier “It is a national tragedy. We were invaded. We must remember this catastrophe and we must stand together in our free country. We need to examine our innerselves and emphasize the good we can do with people standing together in love.”|