I have always thought of developing a website devoted to terrorism related issues, and its impact on human life - but have never acted on that. Perhaps this will give me the fodder to get it done.....in the meantime, I would like to use this link to share information, stories, thoughts, wishes as they relate to our friends, families, acquaintances who have been impacted by the abonimable terrorist attack last Tuesday on our people and our way of life.
".... Greetings & hope all is allright with you, friends and family after all these horrendous assaults on NY!"
Thanks for writing. All indeed is well and I hope all is well with you. I'll soon send you another message with a bit of an update both professionally and personally. All the best
Are you, Daniela and your family okay? Dave and I are fine. Just wanted to get in touch. Hope everything is okay with you.
Sarah & Dave
thanks for the up-date and your patient and precious work. I would like to express to all the American alumni my deepest personal support for the tragic and horrendous events that occured last Tuesday. Let's hope and work together for a better future world
Last night my daughter Maya drew a picture of the WTC and we put it with 2 flags and a candle outside our house...Daniela was stuck in the city on Tuesday and we were unable to make contact for a while; Maya saw the event on TV and we were all very worried. Thankfully, Daniela and her mom made it home late at night. Many friends in our neighborhood were less fortunate.
From: Paul Silitsky [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, September 14, 2001 6:06 PM
Subject: We can make a difference!
One of the greatest challenges facing our country at this time is the strength of our dollar.
We can let this horrible event cripple our economy further, forcing us into a deep recession, or we can do something about it.
Here's an idea that is gaining ground. Monday morning, when the New York Stock Exchange reopens hopefully, I encourage every person receiving this message to buy any amount of stock in an American held company. It doesn't matter if you spend $25 or $25,000, just buy.
Can you imagine the look on the faces of the terrorists when they realize that their act resulted in economic growth for their sworn enemy?
Can you imagine the reaction from leaders in those countries who are, as you read this, debating to what degree they will support us in our fight against terrorism? This is a message we can send to the global community that will make a difference.
We can make a difference!
Managing Partner answerQuest Executive Search
Thanks for keeping us all in touch. Particularly in these times, it is comforting to know that there are so many bonds that bind us across continents & religions.
I just got a message from Ann & Adrian Trevisan. Ann works about 5 blocks away from the WCT but is allright!
Luxembourg is in mourning with the US. I am very sad indeed.
People like Mark Piritano, who are in the middle of it and have such strong spirits, give me and all of us , I think, courage
God bless all of you, God bless the United States
fly a flag, light a candle, give blood, volunteer, donate.....whatever you can do to show your support for those who grieve, and condemnation towards those who perpetrated this inhuman, barbaric, cowardly act.
(These links are from Yahoo and will take you directly to the donation forms. Many companies are also offering to match individual donations)
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