In remembrance of 911 | Never Forget

Posted by on Sep 11, 2014 in Tom's Blog

and though I walk through the shadow of the valley of death

September 11, 2001 was a day that most people born after 1990, will always speak about I was here, or I was there. In my almost 40 plus years on this planet, there are only a few days like these. Luckily….

We are extremely blessed to live in a Country, where bad things don’t happen on a regular basis. We haven’t fought a war on US soil since 1941, and although America has been attacked, “we” the citizens as a whole have risen up against our attackers.

We need to remember 911, and know that bad things can happen.

We need to remember that while it may be inconvenient to take off our shoes in the airport, its necessary.

We need to remember, that if we didn’t have certain checks and balances in place, that the chances of this happening again could be even greater.

We need to remember, that we do this in order to give our descendants the same great country we grew up in.

So please take a moment today to stop and remember all those people who went to work in Trade Center that morning, and never went home.

Remember all those incredibly brave First Responders, who raced into the building to save as many as they could, and didn’t make it out themselves.

Remember the passengers of Flight 93, who would not let that plane become a missle, and crashed it into a field in Pennsylvania.

Remember all those people who lost loved ones on that day.

This tragedy affected all of us in some capacity, it changed the world as we know it…






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Husband, Father, Foodie, Cardinal Fan. I am just an average joe, trying to make my way in this world. Living the dream in Juno Beach, Florida, and raising my kids right. I believe the most important things in life are your health and happiness.