The aftershock of September 11, 2001…and Losing our way

In Memory of 9/11 today. I wrote this last year.



As I reflect upon the events 12 years ago that will forever be etched upon the history books as September 11, 2002 (Patriot Day), the day America suffered the worst attack in history upon its people and homeland. My mind cannot help but race to the changes that occurred in the weeks, months, and now years that have followed.

Immediately following the attacks I was aroused with the patriotism and the return to our God that was so prevalent throughout this nation. Patriotism was at a fever pitch. It seemed as if everyone turned to God in our time of grief, sorrow and despair. We turned our hearts and our thoughts to the core beliefs that this country was founded upon which brought a renewed resurgence of national pride. We banded together as brothers and sisters of this great land and showed the world that we would not succumb to…

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2 thoughts on “The aftershock of September 11, 2001…and Losing our way

  1. Returning to loving our country, our neighbors, pitching in and also crying together, due to the tragedy, all these things are what God would wish us to act and how we should respond in times of trials… Robin


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