Remembering 911, Saving Children

Last updated on March 3rd, 2018 at 03:15 pm

Today is the eighth anniversary of the worst attack against America and our way of life and is a day a national remembrance. The 911 attacks attacked differences. Differences of religion, differences in appearance. The attacks said we are worthy to live you are not. The attacks said we are better.

Love - 9-11.final2Taking a moment to remember, reminds us to embrace our differences, to embrace other religions, different governments and different appearances. Taking a moment to remember says we all deserve to live. Doing so builds a better life and better future for our children, for all children, for many generations to come. Only we can teach hate and only we can erase hate in the future for our children with love.

About the Author

Jim is a transportation safety expert with more than 40 years in both the emergency medical services and the school bus industries. Jim is a former member of the PedSafe Expert team and is proud to have been one of the original contributors to PediatricSafety.net more than 9 years ago.

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2 Responses to “Remembering 911, Saving Children”

  1. I wrote my recount of this day a year ago on my site and really didn’t feel the need to re-write it, so I’m just sending people in that direction. I lost my cousin that day, it will live in my hert and memory forever
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  2. That’s a beautiful sculpture and post!
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