70+ 9/11 Quotes In The Remember Of Lost People

9/11 (9 September) 2001 was the black day for the United States as the United States was attacked by terrorists at four coordinates. The attack was done by the Islamic terrorists named al-qaeda. This organization has attacked several countries in the name of jihad. These groups of people feel that killing other community people is the order of Allah. They also do this killing as they feel that in many countries there is been inequality/discrimination to Islamic people.
Several people were killed in the 9/11 attacks, most of the people were innocent people, and policemen and army officers were also killed. The four coordinates which were under attack were – 1. World trade center 2. Pentagon 3. Twin Tower and 4. Flight 93. These four were major and strong areas of the United States. There was very heavy damage to infrastructure also. Several people lost their jobs and the economy crashed drastically. There was a use of millions of dollars to recover from damage.
After the attack, there were written several poems and quotes in the remembering of innocent people, policemen, and soldiers. Some of the 9/11 Quotes were inspirational also to keep alive the strength and faith of the people. We have taken the top 9/11 Quotes which will give you inspiration and will make you remember the people who died in this attack.

9/11 Quotes

“The attacks of September 11th were intended to break our spirit. Instead we have emerged stronger and more unified.

“The attacks of September 11th were intended to break our spirit. Instead we have emerged stronger and more unified.

“If we learn nothing else from this tragedy, we learn that life is short and there is no time for hate.”

“If we learn nothing else from this tragedy, we learn that life is short and there is no time for hate.”

“You can be sure that the American spirit will prevail over this tragedy.”

“You can be sure that the American spirit will prevail over this tragedy.”

“Even the smallest act of service, the simplest act of kindness, is a way to honor those we lost, a way to reclaim that spirit of unity that followed 9/11.”

“Even the smallest act of service, the simplest act of kindness, is a way to honor those we lost, a way to reclaim that spirit of unity that followed 9/11.”

“What separates us from the animals, what separates us from the chaos, is our ability to mourn people we’ve never met.”

“What separates us from the animals, what separates us from the chaos, is our ability to mourn people we’ve never met.”

“We will win this struggle—not for glory, nor wealth, nor power, but for justice, for freedom, and for peace… so help us God.”

“We will win this struggle—not for glory, nor wealth, nor power, but for justice, for freedom, and for peace… so help us God.”

“Americans never quit.”

“Americans never quit.”

“My older brother John lived [his life] in Technicolor. … When he walked in the door, the whole house lit up. And I’m sure heaven lit up when he got there too.”

“My older brother John lived [his life] in Technicolor. … When he walked in the door, the whole house lit up. And I’m sure heaven lit up when he got there too.”

“No day shall erase you from the memory of time.”

"No day shall erase you from the memory of time."

“What do I tell the pilots to do?”

"What do I tell the pilots to do?"

“We’re young men. We’re not ready to die.”

"We're young men. We're not ready to die."

“We’re trying to send them down first… we’re still heading up.”

"We're trying to send them down first... we're still heading up."

“My son, firefighter Leon Smith Jr., who was the sunshine of my life. He gave his life so that others could live. I love you, I miss you and we’ll meet again soon.”

“My son, firefighter Leon Smith Jr., who was the sunshine of my life. He gave his life so that others could live. I love you, I miss you and we’ll meet again soon.”

“What separates us from the animals, what separates us from the chaos, is our ability to mourn people we’ve never met.”

“What separates us from the animals, what separates us from the chaos, is our ability to mourn people we’ve never met.”

“It’s the nature of the world that most people have moved on, but the people directly involved with 9/11, for them, twice a day it’s 9/11.”

“It’s the nature of the world that most people have moved on, but the people directly involved with 9/11, for them, twice a day it’s 9/11.”

“September 11, 2001 seems destined to be the watershed event of our lives and the greatest test for our democracy in our lifetimes.”

“September 11, 2001 seems destined to be the watershed event of our lives and the greatest test for our democracy in our lifetimes.”

“One of the worst days in America’s history saw some of the bravest acts in Americans’ history. We’ll always honor the heroes of 9/11. And here at this hallowed place, we pledge that we will never forget their sacrifice.”

 

.”My father was the best person I have ever known and though he was taken from me on that day, nothing and no one will ever be able to take way the eight years and two days of my life that I shared with him. After my father died, and after I lost so much, I promised myself that I would never lose who I am as a person.”

 

“Ten years have passed since a perfect blue sky morning turned into the blackest of nights. Since then we’ve lived in sunshine and in shadow, and although we can never unsee what happened here, we can also see that children who lost their parents have grown into young adults, grandchildren have been born and good works and public service have taken root to honor those we loved and lost.” 

 

“The attacks of September 11th were intended to break our spirit. Instead we have emerged stronger and more unified. We feel renewed devotion to the principles of political, economic and religious freedom, the rule of law and respect for human life. We are more determined than ever to live our lives in freedom.” 

 

“Remember the hours after September 11th when we came together as one to answer the attack against our homeland. We drew strength when our firefighters ran upstairs and risked their lives so that others might live; when rescuers rushed into smoke and fire at the Pentagon; when the men and women of Flight 93 sacrificed themselves to save our nation’s Capitol; when flags were hanging from front porches all across America, and strangers became friends. It was the worst day we have ever seen, but it brought out the best in all of us.”

 

“You can be sure that the American spirit will prevail over this tragedy.” 

 

“Time is passing. Yet, for the United States of America, there will be no forgetting September the 11th. We will remember every rescuer who died in honor. We will remember every family that lives in grief. We will remember the fire and ash, the last phone calls, the funerals of the children.” —former President George W. Bush 4. Ten years have passed since a perfect blue sky morning turned into the blackest of nights. Since then we’ve lived in sunshine and in shadow, and although we can never unsee what happened here, we can also see that children who lost their parents have grown into young adults, grandchildren have been born and good works and public service have taken root to honor those we loved and lost.”

 

“September 11 is one of our worst days but it brought out the best in us. It unified us as a country and showed our charitable instincts and reminded us of what we stood for and stand for.” 

 

“What we learned on September 11 is that the unthinkable is now thinkable in the world.” 

 

“Sept. 11, 2001 seems destined to be the watershed event of our lives and the greatest test for our democracy in our lifetimes.” 

 

“With almost no time to decide, [your loved ones] gave the entire country an incalculable gift. They saved the Capitol from attack. They saved God knows how many lives. They saved the terrorists from claiming the symbolic victory of smashing the center of American government. … They allowed us to survive as a country that could fight terror and still maintain liberty and still welcome people from all over the world from every religion and race and culture as long as they shared our values, because ordinary people given no time at all to decide did the right thing.” 

 

“It’s the nature of the world that most people have moved on, but the people directly involved with 9/11, for them, twice a day it’s 9/11.” 

 

“These acts of mass murder were intended to frighten our nation into chaos and retreat. But they have failed. Our country is strong. A great people has been moved to defend a great nation.” 

 

“September 11 impressed upon us that life is a precious gift … And I think we all have a duty to devote at least a small portion of our daily lives to ensuring that neither America nor the world ever forgets September 11.”

 

“Today the images that people around the world equate with power and democracy are gone but ‘America’ is not an image it is a concept. That concept is only strengthened by our pulling together as a team. If you want to kill us, leave us alone because we will do it by ourselves. If you want to make us stronger, attack and we unite.”

 

“These acts of mass murder were intended to frighten our nation into chaos and retreat. But they have failed. Our country is strong. A great people has been moved to defend a great nation.”

 

“One of the worst days in America’s history saw some of the bravest acts in Americans’ history. We’ll always honor the heroes of 9/11. And here at this hallowed place, we pledge that we will never forget their sacrifice.”

 

“I will never forget seeing what hate can destroy… I will never forget seeing what love can heal…”

 

“For me and my family personally, September 11 was a reminder that life is fleeting, impermanent, and uncertain. Therefore, we must make use of every moment and nurture it with affection, tenderness, beauty, creativity, and laughter.”

 

“September 11, 2001, revealed heroism in ordinary people who might have gone through their lives never called upon to demonstrate the extent of their courage.”

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“America was not built on fear. America was built on courage, on imagination and an unbeatable determination to do the job at hand.”

 

“They allowed us to survive as a country that could fight terror and still maintain liberty and still welcome people from all over the world from every religion and race and culture as long as they shared our values, because ­ordinary people given no time at all to decide did the right thing.”

 

“America’s poet laureate, Billy Collins, wrote a poem he called ‘The Names’ about the 2,792 who perished that day. Here are its closing lines:

 

Names etched on

the head of a pin.

 

One name spanning

a bridge, another

undergoing a tunnel.

 

A blue name needled

into the skin.

 

Names of citizens,

workers, mothers,

and fathers,

 

The bright-eyed

daughter, the quick son.

 

Alphabet of names in

a green field.

 

Names in the small tracks of birds.

 

Names lifted from a hat

 

Or balanced on

the tip of the tongue.

 

Names wheeled

into the dim warehouse

of memory.

 

So many names, there

is barely room on

the walls of the heart.”

 

“Terrorism against our nation will not stand.”

 

“Now, we have inscribed a new memory alongside those others. It’s a memory of tragedy and shock, of loss and mourning. But not only of loss and mourning. It’s also a memory of bravery and self-sacrifice, and the love that lays down its life for a friend–even a friend whose name it never knew. ”

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