Today is a sad anniversary. A scary one in fact. Everyone that survived the tragedy can remember where they were and what they were doing when the towers were hit. But in light of world politics, I truly wish we could remember 9/11 in a way that honors the lives lost yet moves us forward with empathy and compassion for our fellow man. And that compassion should extend to people who don’t share our religions, our world views, or our race.
I’m posting a quote that one initally might not think matches the anniversary. But I’m a creature of change and I need to think that as a society, we can become better because of our pain. We have work to do.
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