Remember...For the almost 3000 people who died 10 years ago...mothers, fathers, daughters, sons, brothers, sisters, friends. For those who lost their lives due to hijacked planes that crashed in New York, Virginia, and Pennsylvania; people from many nations, faiths and backgrounds.
For those deeply affected by the loss of their loved ones and are still trying to live their lives after the devastation of that day. For those who may not have known someone personally who perished but still mourn the terror that was inflicted upon our country and our hearts that day.
Remember...The way our country united together in a way that was unlike anything we had ever seen in this lifetime. We wore our patriotism with pride and we all seemed to pass one another...though strangers...with a smile and recognition that we were in this together. The way our country is supposed to be.
Remember...As life moves further from this day there is a tendency for that same strong conviction to fade...but we can still endeavor to uphold the strength of the United States of America through prayer and a united front.