9/11: Respect and Remembrance

September 10, 2010

Liberty Still Endures, Ann Flaherty 2002

For now, let’s put aside the hate to respect and remember.

Respect and remember the thousands who lost their lives.

Respect and remember the brave souls who gave their lives.

Respect and remember the millions who came together in the aftermath.

We  determine the significance of 9/11.

Liberty Still Endures.



  1. What a beautiful quilt. Thank you for sharing the image. I am glad others are sharing their experiences, it is important to keep the lessons we learned from that day fresh in our memories. I just wrote on blog on where I was…in the middle of the outback in Austrailia. Watching it unfold on FOX with about 300 Marines in an underground bunker. I WILL never forget. I couldn’t hold back tears writing it, even nine years later. You are right, we should never forget. Thanks for your post. Amie

    • Thank you for the kind comments Amie, and thank you for sharing your experience. It is so important that we focus on being American and the responsibility we all owe to the lives lost on 9/11. Liberty endures…they couldn’t take that away from us.
      Ann F.

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