Enlightening, powerful and thought-provoking! Take a few minutes and read, then please share. As Cari Aiken points out, it’s pertinent for our world to take personal steps in our own individual lives to show others love and compassion. As we each focus our energy on love and empathy, “We can be triumphant”. It’s not too late to make our world a better place. But we all need to do our part. Try and let go of that hatred instilled in us by the government and media outlets. Let us be united.
Unus pro omnibus, omnes pro uno!
This time of year, on and around the anniversary of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, is difficult. It is a difficult time for millions of people both in the U.S. and around the world. The reasons and the emotions each of us feel about the events of that day vary greatly, but I’m going to tell you why it is so very difficult for me.
Let me start by explaining how I felt the day this happened. I was, as everyone else was, horrified by the images of this awful attack. It shook me to the core, and it forever ruined that false sense of security I had that we were immune from this sort of thing in this country. I was mad as hell. I was extremely angry. I wanted to go after whomever was behind this. I hated them. I actually felt hate in my heart for the people…
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