Remembering the Innocent…
Angels Landscape and Suburban Sidewalks
As the anniversary of the September 11th 2001 terrorist attacks is upon us, we must never forget those who perished or sacrificed their lives for others.
I personally hope in some way that in our 21st century where everything is expected yesterday, and it seems that many of our attention spans are often less than the length of a 30-minute sitcom or the length of a random thought on a tweet that we continue to remember the meaning of the National Day of Service and Remembrance. We must NEVER forget the cowardly and demonic acts that were perpetrated against our country, our freedoms and thousands of truly innocent lives on September 11, 2001.
The fight for our freedoms and the safety of ourselves, our loved ones and for our nation’s future is unfortunately far from over. It has been fought for centuries and will continue to be well into the future.
As Americans, as a country and as a world we must remember every innocent victim, every brave rescuer and every brave hero, who died in honor. We must always remember every family that still lives in grief. We must remember the fire and ash, the last phone calls from the heroes on our airplanes and the thousands of funerals of innocent children, loving parents, brothers, sisters, and brave rescuers.
On this National Day of Service and Remembrance let’s today not only remember the victims of 9-11, but all the victims of unnecessary violence both in our county and abroad. To all those who protect our freedom each day, every day, month after month, year after year, TODAY WE SALUTE YOU AND SAY A HEARTFELT ‘THANK YOU’. God bless all those in every branch of our military and all the civilians who contribute to our safety.
From our family to yours, God Bless.