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    David James Archuleta (born December 28, 1990) is an American singer-songwriter and actor. At ten years old, he won the children's division of the Utah Talent Competition leading to other television singing appearances.[6] When he was twelve years old, Archuleta became the Junior Vocal Champion on Star Search 2.[6] In 2007, at sixteen years old, he became one of the youngest contestants on the seventh season of American Idol.[7] In May 2008 he finished as the runner-up, receiving 44 percent of over 97 million votes.

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David Archuleta ~ Remembering 9/11 Tragedy

Posted by djafan on Tuesday, September 11, 2012

In Memory of 9/11

David Archuleta singing in honor of those whose lives were lost and those who helped to save lives on 9/11/01. This was recorded on 9/11/2002 for a NYC Memorial Service at Fire Station 54 in Manhattan.

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Save The Day Tribute by Abrra

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15 Responses to “David Archuleta ~ Remembering 9/11 Tragedy”

  1. djafan said

    Angelica said

    Tuesday, September 11, 2012 at 8:18 AM e
    My thoughts go out to all those who lost lives and loved ones on this day in New York. God bless the USA.

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  2. djafan said

    SandyBeaches said

    Tuesday, September 11, 2012 at 8:26 AM e
    We had 45,000 Americans as our guests during the tragedy and then we all went on from there slowly to where we are now.

    It is impossible to not think about that day and those sad times.

    SB

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  3. djafan said

    This morning I got up in a rush to wish my daughter a happy birthday! I took her to breakfast and was feeling so blessed to have her in my life. We were chatting when I said “9/11” in conversation and it hit me that today was also the day of heart wrenching tragedy in the US. I just couldn’t continue today without paying tribute. Thank you Abrra for Save The Day and David Archuleta for always singing songs that make us feel.

    A thank you to all the heroes for their sacrifices.

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  4. Abrra said

    I have spent the last few nights watching documentaries about 9/11. I do this to try to understand and comprehend the “why” of this act of murder. Several thousand human beings lost their lives that day in 2001 in NY, Washington,DC and PA. The number of survivors, families, as well as friends of the dead are left behind to mourn. That number is much larger.

    Today is a difficult day for many. It reminds us to never pass up a chance to say to those close to you, “I love you.” We never know if its the last chance we have to say it.

    I made this 911 tribute video last year. David sings God Bless America.


    Abrra & credit Skydancer for the audio

    I made this video a couple of years ago. I want to share it. Please be aware that this video is VERY intense to watch for anyone who lost someone that day.

    May we never forget.

    Abrra

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  5. Abrra said

    I saw this video posted and wanted to share it because it’s about Missionaries in Chile.

    Uploaded by LifeDeCrescendo on Sep 16, 2011

    This is a music video of compiled footage from an LDS mission in Chile, consisting of both planned and unplanned events. This video is not endorsed or produced by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, but was made with the sole intent of displaying some of the real-life aspects of an LDS missionary’s service (as well as some not-so-real aspects).
    This video is a non-profit production.
    Song: Voice of Truth is by Casting Crowns

    Abrra 563 days

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  6. MT said

    Dja,
    Thanks for the lovely tribute. My heart goes out to those who lost their lives and the families they left behind on that tragic day. It is a solemn anniversary. I doubt anyone could ever forget the horror and heartbreak of that day.

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  7. MT said

    Abrra,
    Interesting video.

    I hope David always gets the bottom bunk so he won’t fall out of bed. lol And I hope no one steals his bike and not too many dogs chase him. 😦

    And I hope he’s happy.

    Really missing him today. ♥ But luckily we have NA chat tonight. I think. Right?

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  8. bebereader said

    Djafan,

    Thanks for commemorating the day.
    The memories of 9/11 will be etched in my memory forever. It was ten years ago that the city I was born and raised in was struck by terrorists. It still hurts to talk about it; it’s still so fresh in my mind I am overwhelmed by the tragedy but also by the courage shown by so many that day.

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  9. bebereader said

    MT#7,

    Right!

    Join us for Nandito Ako tonight!
    10PM Eastern
    http://www.livestream.com/saragirl

    Gosh! Watching the above “Maybe” video…Miss him so much!

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  10. djafan said

    Abrra, thanks for those videos. As sad as it is we cannot forget that evil exists in this world. Then there is David always reminding and telling us to never loose hope. The missionary video was interesting like MT says, I enjoyed it. Thanks.

    MT, Thank you. I was kind of in shock that I’d forgotten. Didn’t watch TV this morning to be reminded.

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  11. I wanted to share just an excerpt of a letter on the anniversary of 9/11. I know its long, but SB reminded me that many reached out and gave so much of themselves on that horrific day 11 years ago.
    52 airplanes landed at Gander, Newfoundland on 9/11 when all air traffic was shut down,
    When all had safely landed,10,000+ people had descended on the town of 10,000+ residents for several days, before US airspace was reopened again.

    ……….” back on the plane, we were reunited with the passengers and found out what they had been doing for the past two days. What we found out was incredible.
    Gander and all the surrounding communities (within about a 75 Kilometer radius) had closed all high schools, meeting halls, lodges, and any other large gathering places. They converted all these facilities to mass lodging areas for all the stranded travelers. Some had cots set up, some had mats with sleeping bags and pillows set up.
    ALL high school students were required to volunteer their time to take care of the “guests.” Our 218 passengers ended up in a town called Lewisporte, about 45 kilometers from Gander where they were put up in a high school. If any women wanted to be in a women-only facility, that was arranged. Families were kept together. All the elderly passengers were taken to private homes.
    There was a dentist on call and both male and female nurses remained with the crowd for the duration.
    Phone calls and e-mails to the U.S. and around the world were available to everyone once a day. During the day, passengers were offered “Excursion” trips. Some people went on boat cruises of the lakes and harbors. Some went for hikes in the local forests. Local bakeries stayed open to make fresh bread for the guests. Food was prepared by all the residents and brought to the schools. People were driven to restaurants of their choice and offered wonderful meals. Everyone was given tokens for local laundry mats to wash their clothes, since luggage was still on the aircraft. In other words, every single need was met for those stranded travelers.
    Passengers were crying while telling us these stories. Finally, when they were told that U.S. airports had reopened, they were delivered to the airport right on time and without a single passenger missing or late. The local Red Cross had all the information about the whereabouts of each and every passenger and knew which plane they needed to be on and when all the planes were leaving. They coordinated everything beautifully. It was absolutely incredible.
    When passengers came on board, it was like they had been on a cruise. Everyone knew each other by name. They were swapping stories of their stay, impressing each other with who had the better time. Our flight back to Atlanta looked like a chartered party flight. The crew just stayed out of their way. It was mind-boggling. Passengers had totally bonded and were calling each other by their first names, exchanging phone numbers, addresses, and email addresses.
    And then a very unusual thing happened. One of our passengers approached me and asked if he could make an announcement over the PA system. We never, ever allow that. But this time was different. I said “of course” and handed him the mike. He picked up the PA and reminded everyone about what they had just gone through in the last few days. He reminded them of the hospitality they had received at the hands of total strangers. He continued by saying that he would like to do something in return for the good folks of Lewisporte.
    He said he was going to set up a Trust Fund under the name of(our flight number). The purpose of the trust fund is to provide college scholarships for the high school students of Lewisporte. He asked for donations of any amount from his fellow travelers. When the paper with donations got back to us with the amounts, names, phone numbers and addresses, the total was for more than 14,000 dollars!
    The gentleman, a MD from Virginia, promised to match the donations and to start the administrative work on the scholarship. He also said that he would forward this proposal to _ Corporate and ask them to donate as well.
    I just wanted to share this story because we need good stories right now. It gives me a little bit of hope to know that some people in a far away place were kind to some strangers who literally dropped in on them. It reminds me how much good there is in the world.”

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  12. Abrra said

    Sky

    Is that your personal letter? I know you were a flight attendant for many years. It is heartwarming to see the bonding that comes from a shared experience.

    Abrra

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  13. bebereader said

    Nandito Ako
    10PM Eastern tonight
    http://www.livestream.com/saragirl

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  14. Angelica said

    New post>>>

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  15. mspoohbear said

    9/11 was a very sad day indeed. We were in New York and New Jersey 2 days before the 9/11 attack. Luckily we got out of there when we did; otherwise, we would have been grounded for days in Newark Airport. I remember I was driving to work, passing downtown L.A. when the news came on the radio. I was in shock. I cried. There were assumptions that major cities all over U.S. were targets of terrorist attacks. I remember fear enveloped me while thinking L.A. could be the next target and here I was in the middle of L.A. When I got to the office, nobody was working Everyone was focused on listening to the radio waiting for news updates. It seems like the world stopped revolving that day. That horrific event just made Americans more resilient and brave.

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