It’s hard to believe that it has been 15 years. It’s hard to believe that something so tragic could have happened on our soil. It’s hard to believe that it has been 15 years of families missing their loved ones. It’s hard to believe that is been 15 years since lives were forever changed. Today, I hope people will take time to reflect, love, and pray for those who may be hurting today. Yet, I also hope that people are helping to create change. I know this is a day of remberance but it is also a day that we need to heal, understand, love and care for ourselves as well as others EVERYDAY. We have to do our work within our own lives, our own homes, within our cities, within our communities, within in our own country. While doing so, we need to understand that there is more than one way to do things and try not to put heat or judgement on each other because it doesn’t “fit to the mold”, lack of understanding or we feel its not to our liking. There is more than one way to do things and that is why we have the wonderful freedoms that other people outside of this county envy and/or despise. People are watching how we treat our fellow man, women, and children, it’s up to us to make an impact and leave our mark in a positive way. The WORLD is watching, do your part.
Be well. Love and light,