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Have You Forgotten?

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It's the anniversary of the terrorist attacks on New York City. 9/11. Many of us remember exactly where we were that day, when we first learned the awful news. But time has a way of making things fade and become less "real". Every year around September 11th, I find myself reflecting on the events of that day and how they forever changed the country I love. The media seems to be buzzing all around this year, with a proposed Mosque near Ground Zero, a pastor in Florida planning to burn the Quran, and a President who has elected for the second year in a row not attend the memorial service at Ground Zero. Lot's of 9/11 news. And I was okay til I heard the most outrageous comment on one of the news channels this week. A so called "political analyst" said, and I quote: "There comes a time when we just have to move on, and get over it." I have to tell you this really ticked me off! On September 11th our neighbors lives were changed forever. Husbands lost wives, wives lost husbands, children lost parents and parents lost children We must never "move on and get over it". We should remember those lives that were slaughtered that day and continue to pray for the families that were affected. And furthermore, we should pray for our nation. It's been forever changed by these events too. Let's never forget. And let's pray, now more than ever.



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