Thursday, September 11, 2008

9-11 Tribute

“Today, we gather to be reassured that God hears the lamenting and bitter weeping of Mother America because so many of her children are no more. Let us now seek that assurance in prayer for the healing of our grief stricken hearts, for the souls and sacred memory of those who have been lost. Let us also pray for divine wisdom as our leaders consider the necessary actions for national security, wisdom of the grace of God that as we act, we not become the evil we deplore.”- Rev. Nathan Baxter, Dean of Washington National Cathedral

This is a 9/11 performance by Samuel Barber's Adagio for Strings that was performed by the BBC Symphony Orchestra and presided over by American conductor, Leonard Slatkin. We at offer our prayers to the thousands killed on this day by Jihadist.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Tribute or celebration? Dick Cheney was in command of the largest military in world history and could not stop 3 of our own planes over our own soil. I say 3 because Flight 93 was obviously shot down. Not a conspiracy theorist, just look who was in charge, what happened and who benefited.