On our nations most somber of days, 9/11 we remember all of those firefighters, policemen, emergency workers and also the office workers and everyone who worked in the World Trade Center, the Pentagon who lost there lives. And also, we remember the people of flight 93 who sacrificed their lives by crash the plane into a field in Shanksville, PA to ensure that their plane would not take innocent lives.
We remember the heroes that rose up on that day in the face such a tremendous tragedy. We remember and stand with the families who lost loved ones, fathers, mothers, sons, daughters, husbands and wives. We stand with them and remember their loss and the sacrifices that their loved ones made to save the lives of others.
As we gather at Ground Zero, the Pentagon, Shanksville and even in our own homes and places of worship. Let us remember and not forget September 11th 2001. It is a day that will live in infamy and one day be marked in our history books. For as long as we can, let us pass on the living memory of the event. And remind everyone why everyday, we fight for our freedom and liberty.
May God bless everyone today.
I will leave with this 9/11 tribute -
- SLIDESHOW: Americans remember 9/11 (savannahnow.com)