Letters: Sep. 24, 2001

Day of Infamy

The tragedy that struck the U.S. Sept. 11, 2001, touches everyone [SPECIAL ISSUE]. Not only is it incomprehensible, but the aftereffects on lives around the world cannot be summed up or measured. Anger and fear run deep--sorrow even deeper. But ours is a nation of diverse and tolerant people. Let us lead by example and not condemn any group because of the actions of a few. May our anger, fear and sorrow be turned toward compassion, patience and support for everyone affected by these events. In this way may we find strength. MARSHALL SELTZER Saltsburg, Pa.

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