Sunday, September 10, 2006

Khalid M. Shahid


Septemeber 11, 2001 Khalid M. Shahid went to work. I imagine that he didn't feel any differently about this day than another, but this day was different this was the day that would change the world, but Khalid didn't know that. He didn't know how he would be a part of it, and he didn't know how much he would be missed.

He just went to work that day and was his usual self. His usual self was the person that everyone loved so much. His usual self was the person that would have this said about him:

"I'm very thankful to God that I had the opportunity to have had such a special friend like Khalid in my life. Khalid made me become a better person and see the good in all. He touched my life in a way that I will always be grateful of his love, kindness and appreciation."


"KHALID WAS A VERY GOOD HEARTED PERSON TO ANYBODY..."

"Khalid never said a bad word about anyone, just about as gentle as they come."

"He was the most compassionate and caring soul, and I miss him."

"Khalid had a positive impact on anyone he met"

I feel humbled to have had this opportunity to write about someone so special, and wish the best to his friends and family may they be blessed and comforted on this day of rememberance.

3 comments:

Rachelle said...

Thank you for sharing his story. I feel blessed to be able to read these stories today.

kateandjona said...

Thank you for sharing your touching tribute to Khalid.

Jonathon's Closet remembers Robert Levine.

Kathie said...

Thank you for sharing Khahim with us. It means so much to me to read about each of the 2,996 who died on 9/11. I have been so humbled by this project and feel it was so important that we remember those who left us. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to meet a man in his memory if it wasn't during his short life here on Earth.

Jimmy Audiffred: Let the Light Shine.

Other tributes: Frederick Kuo Jr. and Francis Nazario as well as here, also Juan Salas.

Can you help? Some of the 2,996 victims don't have tributes or the ones posted were missing so much, it would be a disservice to their memory, family and friends if one wasn't posted that truly honored them. For a list of these individuals and more info, please go to: ejourn.net/journal and click on "Remembering The Forgotten".

Please pass the candle by sharing other tributes while leaving kind words in the comments of blogs paying tribute to the 2,996 lost on September 11th.

God bless,
Kathie