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WELCOME
THE YOUNG MAN was walking along Huntington Avenue in Boston, dressed in baggy shorts, track shoes, a tee shirt, and a baseball cap.
Letters

YOUR LETTERS

The following e-mails came to the Sentinel office soon after the September 11 strikes against the WTC and the Pentagon.
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"TONIGHT I ASK for your prayers for all those who grieve, for the children whose worlds have been shattered, for all whose sense of safety and security has been threatened.
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IN THE SHADOW OF THE WTC

Coming up out of a south Manhattan subway on a bright Tuesday morning, Chris Meyer confronted the darkest sight of his life: a jetliner colliding with a skyscraper. It was time for an instant decision: should he flee the horror—or confront it with all the prayer he could muster?
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DEALING WITH THE MOMENT

From her high-rise office on Fifth Avenue in Midtown, this executive had exceptional views of the unfolding tragedy. But the vantage point that really mattered to her was spiritual—a perspective someone long ago called "the secret place of the Most High."
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MY PRAYER for my brother

People often say that the hardest part of a crisis is not knowing about the status of a loved one. But that does not have to be a time of inactivity and helplessness.
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They're seldom voiced. But the thoughts of those strangers you see on the sidewalk are enough to restore a faltering faith in society. Here's a small sampling.
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A CARING RESPONSE to a nation at half–mast

To respond to something like this with fear, anger, or retaliation is just to enter right into the cycle of terrorism.

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Candles at one of the several vigils held in Berlin in response to the terrorist attack on the United States.

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A discussion of why prayer is more than just words.
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A HIGH-SCHOOL STUDENT prays...

I FIRST heard about the attack on the World Trade Center in New York City on the radio, as I was leaving for a short field trip with other students in my high-school art class.
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This is for anyone who has felt the pain of goodbye as a loved one disappears down a jetway.
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A PRAYER

This prayer was offered by The Christian Science Board of Directors in response to President Bush's declaration of a National Day of Prayer and Remembrance on September 14, 2001:
Testimony of Healing

The power of prayer

I learned never to underestimate the power of prayer.

Testimony of Healing

Safety in rough seas

This was the moment to surrender everything to God, to really trust Him.

Testimony of Healing

Injuries quickly healed

I returned to work in just one week, healed.

Testimony of Healing

Freedom to speak out

I continue to give testimonies— joyfully and gratefully.

Editorial
THERE are many ways to begin a commentary against terrorism, but only one way to end it — that is in an effort for resolution and healing.

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