Remembering September 11, 2001

Today is the anniversary of the most tragic and saddest day in American History. It’s the day when terroists decided to hijack four airplanes — two that struck the Twin Towers in New York City, one the Pentagon in Washington, DC, and the fourth crashed in Pennsylvania. In all 2,974 innocent people lost their lives that day. It’s a day that we will never forget. It’s a day that we will mourn the loss of our bretheren that were sensely taken away from us, but most importantly taken from their loved ones for a cause they didn’t know about and/or support.

Even though September 11th is a day of tragedy and sadness and rememberance it should also be a celebration. A celebration of the lives of those that were so viciously taken away from us. Celebrate the joy and happiness they brought to us. It’s also a time to celebrate the resiliance of America and its people. Continue reading