9/11: We Will Never Forget
Most of us that were alive remember where we were on September 11th, 2001 when American Airlines Flight 11 struck the north tower of the World Trade Center in New York City.
Today, we all need to take time to remember and send an extra prayer.
Seventeen years ago the nation as a whole stopped as we watched the attack on World Trade Centers. However, while the attacks shattered the steel of the twin towers, they could never dent the steel of the American resolve. In a time when the U.S. is divided with anger, violence, and strife it feels appropriate that we take a moment to remember.
During the attack, 2,763 people were killed within the burning and finally collapsing towers, including 343 brave firefighters and paramedics who struggled to evacuate the building and save the individuals trapped on blocked floors.
Hold your family and friends close, no one is guaranteed tomorrow. Let us stand together today and every day knowing that the cost of freedom does not come cheap and remembering all who were lost on that tragic day.
Two beams of light will be shooting into the sky tonight where the towers originally stood as a display to show Americans that we will never forget what happened as time passes and we progress as a stronger nation.
So please take a few minutes today and say a prayer for the brave men and women who continue to defend our liberties and freedom. Also to first responders who are always the first on the scene charging forward to save lives every day.
Thank you, and God bless you from your friends at UnitWise.
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