Never Forget

I'll never forget what I was doing that dreadful day 15 years ago when I heard the news about what was happening. A coworker of mine had heard the report on her car radio while stuck in traffic. When she arrived at work she immediately came to find me and tell me what was going on. Many of us at work that day felt helpless as the events continued to unfold throughout the day. We did the only thing we could do in our time of sadness. We joined together with our coworkers and lifted up those that had been affected by praying for them.

In the days, weeks and months that followed we as Americans felt a solidarity that bonded all of us together. We must never forget the terrible tragedy that brought us all together as Americans. As time goes by we are called on to remember that love and peace is always better than hatred or war.

Today we once again lift up in prayer those that lost loved ones, those that were injured as well as those individuals that selflessly helped others. I personally will also be praying for those around the world that have felt the terrible and unconscionable sting of tragedy in their country.  

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