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Every child deserves a chance to be young. I know that it wont hurt you to reblog this and show everyone how beautiful these children are. Reblog if you care.

Every child deserves a chance to be young. I know that it wont hurt you to reblog this and show everyone how beautiful these children are. Reblog if you care.

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Reid: You think this is about my profiling skills? Listen, the only reason you were able to manage my perceptions is because I trusted you. I came to your house for ten weeks in a row, crying over losing a friend and not once did you have the decency to tell me the truth.

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Ten Years Later: A Tribute 9/11
My favorite 9/11 tribute in New York City can be found in Bryant Park. 2,819 empty chairs on the lawn facing the site where the World Trade Center once stood, one chair for every life lost. The number of empty chairs captures the enormity of the lives lost and the stark emptiness of it just drives home the point that I hope is never forgotten. 2,819 people were here one moment and gone the next. 2,819 went to work or boarded a plane one morning ten years ago thinking it would be another ordinary day and they never came home.

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Every child deserves a chance to be young. I know that it wont hurt you to reblog this and show everyone how beautiful these children are. Reblog if you care.

Every child deserves a chance to be young. I know that it wont hurt you to reblog this and show everyone how beautiful these children are. Reblog if you care.

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love this

(Source: thenintendard, via letmelive)

Reid: You think this is about my profiling skills? Listen, the only reason you were able to manage my perceptions is because I trusted you. I came to your house for ten weeks in a row, crying over losing a friend and not once did you have the decency to tell me the truth.

(via sighsob)

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Ten Years Later: A Tribute 9/11
My favorite 9/11 tribute in New York City can be found in Bryant Park. 2,819 empty chairs on the lawn facing the site where the World Trade Center once stood, one chair for every life lost. The number of empty chairs captures the enormity of the lives lost and the stark emptiness of it just drives home the point that I hope is never forgotten. 2,819 people were here one moment and gone the next. 2,819 went to work or boarded a plane one morning ten years ago thinking it would be another ordinary day and they never came home.

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If this gets 100 reblogs, I’ll tell my best friend I think I’m inlove with him.

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