To morrow we will all pause for 2 minutes at 11 o clock. To morrow is also 11 of 11 of 11 of 11 so worth thinking about. In our hurried life always looking at our e-mails it is a time to reflect and remember those who are no longer with us. The Cenotaph will be the focus on Sunday when the nation pays homage properly. It was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, and replaced Lutyens' identical wood-and-plaster cenotaph erected in 1919 for the Allied Victory Parade, and is a Grade I listed building.It is undecorated save for a carved wreath on each end and the words "The Glorious Dead", chosen by Rudyard Kipling. It was intended to commemorate specifically the victims of the First World War, but is used to commemorate all of the dead in all wars in which British servicemen have fought. The dates of the First World War and the Second World War are inscribed on it in Roman numerals. The design was used in the construction of many other war memorials throughout the British Empire.