Live Life Today Like It’s Your Last
Today is 9/11/2020. You woke up, got ready for work. Maybe you had breakfast at home or grab coffee at Starbucks or Dunkin Donuts. You traveled on the train to work and took the elevator to the 10th floor. 20 minutes later, you heard a loud blast that shook the building and everyone is running in panic.
9/11 Terrorist Attacks
19 years ago on 9/11/2001, terrorists hijacked 2 Airlines and flew into the 110 story Twin Towers in New York City injuring and killing thousands of people.
We Honor Our 9/11 Responders
There are a number of news and social media coverage on the terrorists events of 9/11. Therefore, i will not go into details.
This blog will showcase a pictorial remembrance of this tragic day that shook the residents of NYC and the world at large.
We therefore honor the victims and the heroism of all our first responders.
New York City
George W. Bush, who was the sitting President at the time, gave an affirming address to the nation:
“Terrorist attacks can shake the foundation of our biggest buildings, but they cannot touch the foundation of America. These acts shatter steel, but they cannot dent the steel of American resolve.”
The 9/11 Memorial and Museum in NYC is a landmark that reflects the gruesome 9/11 terrorist attacks.
This memorial grave yard honors those who were killed in this event, but also those who survived and is still cooping with the mental, emotional, financial and physical negative impacts of the bombing of the twin towers on September 11, 2001.
Remembering 9/11 During COVID 19
While we are in our 6th month (3/20- 9/20) of dealing with the coronavirus attacks on NYC and the entire world, we also honor all the lives that were prematurely lost to this viral pandemic.
We applaud all the first responders that sacrificed their lives to save the life of all those who were infected and affected.