Honor, Valor and Remembering

Just think next year will be a decade since the attack on our country.  The Twin Towers have been gone for nine years now and New York City, as well as our country, has never been the same since.  We should always honor those who lost their lives in the tragedy that we all know as 9/11.  We should never let the valor of the individuals, fireman, police officers and EMT medics go unnoticed, especially the ones who lost their lives trying to save others.  I have taken a moment of silence to remember them.  Have you?  My thoughts are with their families today and I hope that they moving forward with their lives in a way that would only make their loved ones proud.  I hope that they are surviving strongly and I wish them the absolute best, especially on this day.

Bill Cosby once said, “Through humor, you can soften some of the worst blows that life delivers.  And once you find laughter, no matter how painful your situation might be, you can survive it.”

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