We first posted this on September 28th, 2011. We have edited out the portion of the original post which do not apply today and revised the post to reflect today and what it means to remember going forward.
We cannot in good conscience forget for one second, the price paid by those on 9/11; nor can we forget that payback is still occurring wherever and whenever our military members sacrifice their lives and time.
Whenever I see or hear a tribute to all the above mentioned, I have to pause and reflect on their sacrifices then — and their sacrifices now and forever. I hope you will never grow tired of quiet reflection and serious promises to do your part to make sure what happened on 9/11 will be forever remembered and never repeated.
Below you will find two presentations that remind us what we must and must not do in the aftermath of September 11, 2001, and links to other videos in honor of the victims of 9/11 :
- In memoriam – September 11, 2001 (bobzeller.wordpress.com)
- Health risks of 9/11 downplayed; Responders continue to suffer consequences of government agencies’ mistakes (publichealthperspectives.wordpress.com)
- Preparing for 9/11 (thoughtfulbeliever.wordpress.com)
- Ground Zero: September 11, 2001- September 11, 2011 (availableworld.wordpress.com)