The Most Powerful of all Sympathy Poems, A New Way to Remember 911

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Today marks the anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks. Seven years on from the attacks how will you remember this day? An inspirational website is launching today and has committed to donating 10% of the profits to the "Make a Wish Foundation" a children's charity.

Inspirational Power (http://www.messagesofsympathy.com) is launching today and has committed to donating 10% of the profits of the website to the "Make a Wish Foundation" (http://www.wish.org) a children's charity that makes the wishes of terminally ill kids come true.

Many people remember the terrible atrocity and still fear complacency while others fear forgetting their loved ones altogether. For all it is perhaps a time where we have an opportunity to stop and remember what is really important to us.

In everyday life it is interesting to note that much of the time we casually pass away each moment with a nonchalant attitude that there will always be another one. We all too often don't make that important phone call to someone we love and leave it to some other future time. Or we fail to live fully in the moment, shrinking down to fit in for fear of standing out and being judged.

However when the tragic events that began at 8.46 am occurred the American people became united and we remembered how precious every moment of life is.

But more than ever we saw people step up and do outstanding things. We remember the amazing acts of bravery and heroism from the NY Fire Department, Police and Emergency Services many who gave their lives to save another. We also remember a different kind of bravery; the bravery of the children of Mom's and Dad's lost on September 11 and who now live every day with the loss of one of the most important people in their lives.

Andy Harrington the creator of a brand new website MessagesofSympathy.com remembers how in the same year he was inspired to write a poem that has only now found its way into the public domain. Having never written a word of poetry in his life before Andy Harrington was inspired by the loss of a friend to write a poem on the day that she died. The poem was read out at the funeral and was of great comfort to family and friends.

The words of the poem lay dormant for 7 years but have now been brought back to life as Harrington has put together what many have been describing as one of the most moving tributes to life anyone could wish to have.

The words of this beautiful poem have now been set to music with stunning photography to produce a truly remarkable short movie to comfort and soothe the soul all those who have lost someone dear and it is available now on the anniversary of 911 to all those needing its message of everlasting love and hope.

Andy says that all too often the condolence messages that are found or written into cards are tired and over used and do very little to actually comfort the grieving. He also says that many sympathy poems were written many years ago and often in and old English language that people find difficult to understand, especially children.

The short movie Andy has produced is a presentation that gives people a sensory rich experience so they can appropriately express their sadness and begin to move on. Andy says it allows them to remember their loved one fondly, instead of feeling that hollow feeling at the mention of their name.

When you visit the http://www.MessagesofSympathy.com website you will be able to view a miniature version of the short movie for free online.

About Inspirational Power:
Based in Larnaca, Cyprus, the MessagesofSympathy.com website launches today and hopes to spread its message of healing to the world.

( An http://IPRWire.com Press Release )

Contact Info:

Name: Andy Harrington
Address: P.O.Box 40602
City: Larnaca
State: Larnaca
Country: Cyprus
Zip: 6306
Web Address: http://www.messagesofsympathy.com
Business Blog: http://iblogit.com/messagesofsympathy
Phone: 00 44 208 3328

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