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What helped you following September 11?

Following the attacks on September 11, many have looked to art, in all its forms, for consolation. Did art help comfort you following the attacks? If so, which piece and how did it help?

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fieldwrap@boston.com 09/10/02 12:33 AM

joAnne&Iain, Boston


The ideas and beliefs set foward in John Lennon's "Imagine" was a rational message to hold on to in the midst of 9/11 and all it's strange political tentacles.

Mike Dillon, Boston


fieldwrap@boston.com 09/10/02 06:39 AM

Barbara Arsenault, Belmont, MA


Dave Matthews' "Everyday", acoustic solo performance on the 9/11 telethon. Oh...the candlelight and his gorgeous voice and his guitar and those lyrics about love...I cried. Love...This is what is most important and was so lacking in the lives of the terrorists. This song helped me to have compassion for them and to grieve for those killed. Jesus Christ rules!

Barbara Arsenault, Belmont, MA


Dave Matthews' "Everyday", acoustic solo performance on the 9/11 telethon. Oh...the candlelight and his gorgeous voice and his guitar and those lyrics about love...I cried. Love...This is what is most important and was so lacking in the lives of the terrorists. This song helped me to have compassion for them and to grieve for those killed. Jesus Christ rules!

Barbara, Belmont, MA


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