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I got this email today, and have forwarded it. Perhaps you'd like to join me.

Today isthe second anniversary of the
tragedy of September 11th.

We remember the days that followed and that one evening where we all lit
candles
by our front doors, on our front lawns, our porches, our decks.

This year, let us join together to show that we will not forget those
innocent

people that lost their lives that morning. The passengers, the pilots,
the
people that were working at the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Let
us join
together to show our appreciation for the brave firefighters, police
officers
and EMT personnel who ran to help others. To show our remembrance, our
strength,
our resolve and our love of our country, let's join together again.

On the evening of September 11th, rain or shine, light up the front of
your
home, your yard, your street, your walkway, your porch, your front
steps.

Take time and remember the events of 9/11, how deeply you were moved,
scared,
touched. Pray that our nation continues the fight on terrorism so that
events
such as this do not happen again on our soil.

Pass this along and hopefully by 9/11 it will have reached many
throughout the
USA and perhaps even the world. What a statement to our nation, our
neighbors
and especially to those lost on that tragic day.


We have not forgotten. So turn on your outside lights the evening of
September 11th.
To show the terrorist, America's Freedom Sprit will always shine
brightly.
(Don't forget to forward this message to your friends and family)
 

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And today, two years after the attack at the WTC, the Swedish foreign minister died. One of Swedens most skillful and loved politicians have been murdered.

September 11th seems to be a bad date.

Please forgive the Swedish people for not thinking about the WTC attack. We're trying to cope with the death of foreign minister Anna Lind.
 

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Yes, this is a sad day for Sweden also. I'm terribly sorry. I don't mean to be insensitive to others. The people who died at the World Trade Center were from countries all over the world, even though the attack was in the U.S.

All of Sweden is in mourning for Anna Lind, I'm sure. That is a tragedy that will never be forgotten. What a horrible act!
 

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And an other incident equally horrible as the murder of Anna Lind is that a mentally ill person was inspired by the murder of Anna Lind and just a few hours after he heard about the murder he ran out from the mental hospital and killed a five year old child.
 
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