We should always remember, lest we repeat it.
To all the brave men and women responders.
To all the men and women who were there that day.
To all those who lost their lives.
To all those who survived.
To all those who lost a loved one that day.
I would like to take a moment
to say Thank You to all those who helped in whatever
capacity that day.
I would also like to give my heartfelt condolences to the families and friends
of those who were lost through others intolerance.
God Bless you and keep you One and All.
Time has slipped away from me. It has been 15! years since our world was changed forever.
In a single heartbeat lives were lost.
In a single moment nearly 3,000 lives were taken: never to kiss their loved ones, never to hold those they held dear again.
I was working midnights at the time so I was asleep when the first plane hit the first tower. I don’t think I slept again that day.
It was hard, and still is, to understand such things, such intolerance, such hatred. I hope and pray that humanity has learned from this horrific event but I have my doubts.
What were you doing that day, at the precise moment in time when our world changed?