Juan Valera Jr.
Juan Valera Jr.

Let us remember with great acts compassion, kindness, understanding, forgiveness towards all our brothers and sisters alive and departed. I hear the bell and the names read and it swells my eyes with tears and my heart pounds like it wants to explode and I still don't understand. Happy Holidays to All!

Carol Grage
Carol Grage

No comment! Praying for the families who loss a loved one during the shooting ! May God bless you all! !

Gina Ann Simard
Gina Ann Simard

In 1991, I was raped ad beaten by two teachers, and students in Detroit. I was a Principal/Superintendent. Put in a comma, and had to learn with my childre2 and 4. I had nurses aides, and my children will remember how I was hurt badly. I worked in a Catholic Archdiocese. Couldn't sue the church must hide and so I had to be quite and lived on nothing.

Michael Boyd
Michael Boyd

lord I pray for this country and the leaders may we become a god fearing people.

Patricia Birdwell
Patricia Birdwell

never forget the heros who give thier lives for us god bless them all I will always remember the innocent people who passed away on 9/11 and will also god bless of their families.

Ronald Quadarella
Ronald Quadarella

Never ever forget.

Topeka Odom
Topeka Odom

My heart goes out to all the families that lost a child or loved one. My prayer is that God will meet you exactly where you are. I pray that His peace and strength be with you all right now.

Donald Reynolds Sr.
Donald Reynolds Sr.

I have given my Son to this cause,We live everyday remembering those that were lost on 9-11

Timothy Spada
Timothy Spada

I Lived This. We All Lived This. This is REAL!

Gael Murphy
Gael Murphy

It is sad that you call this a National card of condolence. It is a religious card only for religious Americans. It makes me feel that you don't want any person, who does not believe as you do, to sign this "National" card. Otherwise, why would you divide us by saying on the card that we have prayed? Only religious people can honestly sign it. I grew up in Cambridge, a stone's throw from the killers' apartment. I went to the same high school as the younger brother. My sisters live...

It is sad that you call this a National card of condolence. It is a religious card only for religious Americans. It makes me feel that you don't want any person, who does not believe as you do, to sign this "National" card. Otherwise, why would you divide us by saying on the card that we have prayed? Only religious people can honestly sign it. I grew up in Cambridge, a stone's throw from the killers' apartment. I went to the same high school as the younger brother. My sisters live less than 1 mile from the place he was captured in Watertown, and were in lock-down the whole time, listening to gunfire and percussive explosions. Do you really think I am less sad and sympathetic to the victims than you are, just because I do not pray? Do not divide us along religious lines. Please, use inclusive language of sympathy, not words from a pulpit. Then, everyone could sign a truly National card of condolence.

Omar Farouk Hamad
Omar Farouk Hamad
  • Gael Murphy

Amen

John Morrison
John Morrison
  • Gael Murphy

Your in my prayers I'm so sorry for all the victims and their family God bless you and the angles will protect you. Keep the faith

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