the goal of this site was to touch the hearts, and rise the spirits, of as many people as possible. little did i know, i'd be affected to an even greater extent by your overwhelming response! i set up this feedback area to post your letters, spreading your words of hope and faith even further. hopefully, they'll have as wonderful an affect on you as they did on me. thank you so much for all of your warmth!!

if you have any questions or comments, or would like to add your feedback, please feel free to email me!

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Awesome work.

MSG Walmsley
MSG Thomas B. Walmsley
Madigan Army Medical Center
Nutrition Care Division

Rob, Praise God. THIS IS POWERFUL! Thank you so very much. It brought tears to my eyes.

God Bless us ALL

Have a Blessed Day!
Hyacinth Kinley

Rob: I can't begain to tell you how tuching your movie was this is a great country with great people. Thanks so very much.

Harvey Lisbon, CT

That IS stupendous !!!!! My gosh, i cannt express how much i love this site and music and words and videos!!! Awesome job !!! Thank you, this will help me, cause im on the way to join soon (in 2 weeks)
Nikolay, NJ

God bless America!

I'd .love to show this to history class in school, if that's ok??? Can't let them (the children) forget what America is all about!


Cheryl L. Magnes

Hey Rob,
My Name is Jonathan. I have seen many things done on our countries tragedy but your video is by far the best. I couldn't help but get very emotional when i saw it, it was so good that at one of our business trainings, we showed it. Although i personaly did not have anyone pass on because of the tragedy i did know plenty of people affected and that were down there. I also was down helping the salvation army with seperating donations and sending them to ground zero. I am glad and proud of you for your efforts. You are what makes this country great. Thank you, God bless you and God bless America.
Keep the faith

Thanks so much for giving the world something to encourage us and make us stronger during this time of anxiety. We cannot allow the terrorists to win! We have to be unafraid and be strong and have faith in God! Your presentation is very inspirational. God bless you, and God Bless the USA!

Hondo, Texas

Your video clip was emialed to me via a co-worker. All I can say is WOW! That was very powerful. Pat yourself on the back, that was incredible.

Carrie Shinn
Peoria, IL

Bravo! Very well done. I've played it numerous times and told all my friends and family about your web site. Each time I get tears in my eyes and a lump in my throat. Thank you for you hard work. May you know the peace that only God can give thru these times of trouble and uncertainty.
Thanks again.

Steven R. Elmore

I just viewed your movie. It was awesome. Well done!

Your movie deserves a Pullitzer Prize! I am so moved by the strength and unity of our nation at this time of crisis. Your work depicts this. Many of us have never experienced national tragedy such as this in our lifetimes, so we are unsure of how to behave or what to feel. Americans have banded together to form the strongest unity, and together, with God's help and the support of other nations of this world, we will eradicate those who are daring to take freedom from among us. Thank you for inspiring us to use these hurtful feelings that we feel in our hearts to be brave and strong at this time. God bless you and God bless America.

I just saw your movie about the current events. It was amazing. You did a wonderful job with that. I can't explain how it made me feel watching that - anger, strength, pride, hurt - all rolled up into one! Amazing! GOOD JOB!!!

Jennifer Carter


Great job on what you produced. You clearly have touched and grabbed on to what this country is feeling right now. It was hard to watch without getting teared up. I am or was a Volunteer EMT in Colorado. Not only that but I also am a Cubmaster for a bunch of kids in Cubscouts. This event was a hard thing to tell each boy and help them slowly deal with it. I wish I had this to show them, this was wonderful.
Mark V

What a beautiful site ! Gave me goosebumps. Thank you .

Thank you for sharing your healing with us... it is helping us all heal and stand proud!!!!!!!

God Bless you, and GOD BLESS AMERICA!!!!!!!!!



I just wanted to thank you for this beautiful made me cry but it also made me feel proud to be an American.


Veronica Johnson

Hey Rob,
First off, I LOVE the site....I have been emailing it to everyone I know. I too have created some of my own shows, in fact I started doing so after I saw yours. It inspired me, as I am sure it did so many others. Looking foward to hearing from you about ordering information. Hope you are able to sustain your site. It is a very moving and touching depiction of what we have gone through as a country, and, is a powerful statement of what America represents and the resolve our country will have in winning this war on terrorism. God Bless America!

Eddie Riffone
Melbourne/Tallahassee, Florida

To whom it may concern,

I absolutely loved the video! I was at the Seahawks game today, and when they Star Spangled Banner was played, I tried to sing, but couldn't. I was too choked up by tears. Since Sept 11, I've shed many tears of sadness as well as many many tears of joy. We live in an awesome country, and I feel sorry for the people that did this to us. They don't know what's coming to them. Thanx for the video.

Kelly D. Babauta
Puyallup, Wa

What music did you use for the video?

"Poor Julie."
A girl in my class,Julie,was scared like all of us September 11. But more,her sister lived and worked in the Pentagon. To make it worse,after lunch our principal let us watch the news for a little while, and her brother's military school camp base was on a list of possible targets. I could'nt bear to watch. So, I went out for recess, and my friends and I got in a circle and prayed, and prayed, and prayed.( I go to a catholic school so I have the right to do that) Then I saw Julie come out for recess with a group of girls huddled around her.I walked up to them to see what was going on. Julie was crying to hard to be able to explain,so another girl explained for her."Her big brother's school was on a list of possible targets and,""Oh my God!" julie interrupted," My sister works in the Pentagon!" Suddenly there was silence,I looked up and saw all around me crying faces. I felt my lips trembling and felt my face to have salty tears streaming down it. Out of all those crying faces the one I noticed was Julie and in her sad face I saw an image of her brother and sister. I felt that deep inside that they were okay but I was'nt sure. I later found out that her sister worked in the wing that was hit. She didn't know if her sister was okay or alive for days. They finally found out........ she was alive. Her and her family flew to New York on Friday. She was afraid and scared but I believe that her sister and the victims gave her strength. Throughout the world, our country, and my small community and school,I heard people mutter "Poor Julie."

I just wanted to share that with you and let you hear some things through a child's eyes.I hope that I touched you the way that you touched me an simply what I want to say is.............
*Thanks I Needed That!"* Annie pittman, only 11 Thanks , bye!

I saw your movie and loved it. As a Mexican from Monterrey (northern Mexico) we feel part American and share in your pain and grief. We stand with you, we stand united. Our thougths and prayers are with you.
Monterrey, Mexico

You don't have to be American to feel the pain, horror and sadness that the events of sep. 11 brought us all. As a Mexican ctizen living in the U.S. i can tell you my feelings of patriotism for this country are as deep as any American citizen. God bless America, God bless the free world. We stand united.
Dallas, Texas


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It did raise my spirits. You see, I was one of the survivors. I worked in the World Trade Center. I was lucky. I was late that day. While I am nowhere near as able to produce a wonderful piece as you have, I just wrote my story. (click here to read it) I did it the day after. Keep up the inspirational work you have done. It really helped. I forwarded it to about 40 friends and relatives.
God Bless America.


This is the most beautiful tribute of the attacks that I have seen. The music is so moving. I am deeply touched by the pictures of America united. Thankyou for a WONDERFUL job.


Pam Richter

I comend you on your talent, insight, and patriotism! God bless you!


Dear Sir,
My wife E-mailed your movie to me Oct. 9th, I did not open it until today...Oct. 11th 2001! I must have watched 3 or 4 times, then I read every commit that was sent to you. There is no way that I can put into words that which hasn't been written about YOUR MOVIE!!!

I'm so very proud to be an American! And I thank God for people like you! I have always flown my flag when ever it is required, but it has been flying HIGH every since 9-11-01.

Agian, like so many before me, Thank-You! for the GREAT piece of work! I have E-mail this to all my friends and family.

Dwayne L. Allen

Good Afternoon - Just wanted to add my thanks and that of my family for this wonderful video. The is what we need to see. Less CNN & the anchor boys and more of this.

Thanks again,
The DesRoches Family

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