Tuesday, 11 September 2001
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I was configuring a computer, ready to install McAfee, when I hurriedly answered my phone to have Chris tell me what was happening in NYC. I ran up to the dorm lounge to watch everything unfold on TV. Classes were cancelled after 12:00 noon today. It is hard to describe the feelings I have -- I was supposed to be there -- I would have been in class, possibly chapel. The seminary is less then 2 miles from the financial district. Trinity Wall Street and St. Paul's chapel are right there; Trinity is at Broadway and Wall St. St. Paul's is across the street from the World Trade Centers. I can only image the condition of the chapel. I want to be there, only because if there I could something, maybe only a slight something, but something. I'm sure the seminary community will be involved in the aftermath.
I've been in e-mail contact with Ned, who lives and works in Manhattan. He e-mailed how horrific it all is. He couldn't leave his building during the morning and afternoon. This is an e-mail he sent me. I hope you don't mind me post this, Ned:
To many, many people, the world will certainly never be the same. I've included a lots of pictures that I've pulled from sites all over the world. The pictures are all different sizes and of different quality.
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