Friday, September 11, 2009

I BEG TO DIFFER


Hating does change the world.
They are not confused.

I still cry and I will never forget.

The Black Day

10 comments:

  1. Hope you didn't misunderstand a comment I made on Nancy's blog.

    What was done on 9/11 was hateful and evil, will forever be mourned, and must never be forgotten.
    Our hate in revenge - could also be a negative influence in the world.

    The conundrum is to not hate, and yet to not allow such acts of hatred to be revisited on us. To stand our ground, and respect our fallen with out becoming like the perpetrators, who have been bred on hatred, lies, and confusion.

    A very difficult anniversary.

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  2. and we differ...but that is ok. always remember.

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  3. you are so right ... hate solves, resolves nothing .. hate spurs on more hate. Its time to stop hating and learn to treat others with respect and civility

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  4. Hi Bonnie, I don't think I misunderstood, please don't be upset. I think your very key word is bred. We don't hate and I would never want us to. We do have an enemy and he will continue to hate. I just still cry and I am afraid. hug/kisses all around, we need them and we deserve them. xoxo.

    Yes Brian, greatful to God and country to be able to differ, exactly your point I surmise.

    Peacefull rest for all of us.

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  5. All said and done, we will never forget, however.

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  6. Hello,
    Just wanted to drop a note to see how you are doing. You haven't been posting much lately. Everything okay?

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  7. We never will live in the innocence of a time before.
    Never forget.

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