Friday, September 11, 2015

9-11-01 In Remembrance




Does anyone remember the day when, race, gender, age, religion & political affiliation didn't matter? 
The day when Firefighters and Police were the biggest HEROES in our country....the day that we were all equal and we were UNITED as AMERICANS??
I will never forget this day in our great country's history it was a day that we as a Nation United overcame the most unspeakable act of hatred. We Americans rose up from the ashes of terror and came together to help each other and rebuild.
Please take a moment to pay tribute to all we lost on 9/11, our Friends, our Neighbors, our Firefighters, our Polices Offices, our Military. For they gave the ultimate sacrifice for our Freedom. 
Thinking of, praying for, honoring and remembering those who lost their lives, loved ones, and those who stepped forward to protect and defend the United States of America! 

and ...On the anniversary of such a terrible day, lets all take a second to say I LOVE YOU, share a smile with a stranger, give a hug, lend a helping hand graciously, thank those who serve our country and REMEMBER on that day we were UNITED. heart emoticon . So let's keep these two takeaways :
#1- HOLD ON TIGHT to your loved ones and make sure every second counts. No day is guaranteed.
#2- We are all still UNITED, Still ALL AMERICANS, Regardless of race, gender, age, sexual preference, religion & political affiliation, we are all humans fighting against the evil that comes from EVERY direction, we don't need to show more of it to one another. BE THE KINDNESS in the world and Honor America.