We saw the very worst and the very best of humanity that day! The impact is still felt 13 years later. Where were you?
We all have our stories. Stories, that with time, our children will ask about. Where we were, who we were with, and how we heard about it. Stories that regardless of how much time passes will remain freshly etched in our minds and freshly felt in our hearts.
We all saw the horrific images and stayed glued to our TV’s for days. We remember how eerily quiet the skies were and how we let our differences go to become united as a country. In one day we saw the very worst and the very best of humanity. We saw what one human being was willing to give up to save another human being, we saw heroism and bravery on a scale we might never actually get to witness again, and we were brought together as a country, even for just a moment, like we may never experience again.
For the brave men and…
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