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Published on Sep 6, 2009
Prior to our visit to ground zero in February 2009, (an NY birthday holiday treat for my wife Caroline), I was of the opinion, "you reap what you sow" as far as the whole 9-11 thing was concerned. However, after visiting ground zero and especially St Paul's Church in the direct vicinity of Ground Zero, I wasn't at all prepared for the sincere intense sense of emotion which came over me whilst viewing the displays in the church. From the pictures of lost loved ones to the patriotic banners and messages of support from communities and firefighters from all over the world, you cannot help but feel completely and utterly humbled by how not only the ordinary people of NY suffered but of how the whole community rallied and supported each other through the most torrid event that the city has ever encountered - an event which hopefully will never be repeated . . . . or forgotten.