Too many people have forgotten the tragedy and horror of that day.
Take the time to view the documentary "Rising: Rebuilding Ground Zero" on Discovery Channel.
It will make you weep but it will also give you hope. Hope of a new beginning and hope that the victim's families will finally have the closure they are seeking. It is so very difficult to imagine how you are able to mourn your lost loved one when there is not even a scrap of bone to bury.
How can we ever forget that day? I know it changed life for all of us here in the US in ways we never imagined, and in particular in the NY tri-state area. I'll be at the Jets opening game on Sunday night against Dallas and I was just looking at the wonderful program they have put together at the stadium to commerate this important event.
Let's never forget those who gave their lives that day and to those who continue to put themselves in harms way to keep us safe.
Gaby, that was a beautiful video! Thank you for sharing it. My husband is a member of FDNY, and spent a few months at ground zero. He lost 39 close friends, and spent months going to memorial services, and funerals. I'll never forget driving in the car with my children after 9-11 and seeing the many funerals processions in the streets. It always brought me to tears where I would have to pull off the road. I'm so greatful that I still have my wonderful husband. I think it is a tragedy that the FDNY was not invited to the 9-11 memorial service at ground zero.