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An Unbroken Bond: The Untold Story of How the 658 Cantor Fitzgerald Families Faced the Tragedy of 9/11 and Beyond

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  • Posted September 19, 2011

    This story must be shared

    Before reading Edie's book, I was part of the "Where were you on Sept. 11th?" population who hadn't been directly impacted, but thought they knew enough about it. As a Cantor Fitzgerald Relief Fund volunteer and Edie's friend, I had a special connection, my own sidebar of a story, and that's how I coped with the unimaginable. I still will never really know how it was for Edie and the survivors but, now that I've read An Unbroken Bond, I understand. Just as former MLK speech writer Clarence Jones describes in the book's Foreward, I became more than a reader as I was sitting on Edie's shoulder day by day over the last decade. It was not an easy ride, but one that I needed to take. The tempo was one minute frenzied, the next minute broken. With raw honesty, grace and amazing humor, she showed me the details of what comprised the "new normal" in her personal life. She took me behind the scenes to endless meetings and strategy sessions so I could look behind the sanitized "Rebuilding Ground Zero" TV and newspaper accounts. I was proud, sad, and often frustrated as I saw her struggles and triumphs while fighting for what was right for her families, but never allowing bitterness to stop her, or her own grief to throw her off balance. Thanks to Edie's book, I have learned more than ever that the love we've lost in death still binds us together. It inspires us to share our stories, to open our eyes and our hearts. On thousands of outstretched arms we can feel but no longer see, it holds us up...unbroken.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 14, 2011


    I was always interested in the events that have surrounded 9/11 but haven't read anything as moving and honest as Edie Lutnick's book. Edie you are a wonderful person and it is about time the public knows the truth behind the event, thank you for having the guts to tell us!!

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