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ever wonder if all is really "but a deam?"

Day 9, 2017.

Dreams are still one of the great mysteries of life—probably will always be.     Thoughts are paths leading through the dim reaches of our sleeping brains, bringing joy and fright, often even in the same dream.     387 more words

This And That

9/11 survivor speaks at remembrance event, inspires younger audience

09.16.14 — When the World Trade Center towers were attacked 13 years ago, freshmen students at Indiana State were in grade school.

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Two Mothers ... Not a Poem ... in Real, Modern Life

Yesterday I posted the powerful poem called “Two Mothers.” In searching for a picture to go on the post, I found the one you see below. 34 more words

Compassion

9/11 Memorial Trail - Chestnut Branch Park - Mantua, NJ

9/11 Memorial Trail – Chestnut Branch Park – Mantua, Gloucester County, NJ
Distance – 1.1 miles total round trip
Type – Lollipop
Difficulty:  2 of 10… 1,247 more words

Hiking

The Courage to Go

Ready to go

We remember Todd Beamer for his courageous leadership in the face of extreme danger aboard Flight 93 on September 11, 2001.

“Are you guys ready? 117 more words

Jesus

Review:9/11 Wars by Jason Burke

This is yet another book documenting the aftermath of 9/11 across the globe. Author begins the telling with the destruction of the Buddhas of Bamiyan, and the machinations which led to it. 187 more words

Pious Silence

Fear’s rank perfume spewed up
geyser-like from the Fed
nearing the anniversary
of the great Twin Tower Terror
the U.S. government
inflamed the trembling cowardice… 269 more words

Poetry