Today was indeed a day to Honor the remembrance of what occurred physically and emotionally, and the impact and changes it affected in all of us socially and immediately. I am sure that much has been written today, the radio stations shared on it, the media took up the cause, and government officials, did their official duties to carefully and wonderfully show their support.
To those of you who lost loved ones, let me be yet another voice to offer condolence for your loss, and encouragement to continue to survive and grow in your own ways.
To those that were part of the responding voice and action that converged on New York, thank you and thank you for every action that occurred, be it in letters and mail, indirect or direct action and time given to all the aspects of that day and days to follow and weeks to follow.
I hope that conversation was on high today in contemplation, deep thought and meditation.
I don't have any specific message today except to encourage the sentiment that is already a universal thread to everyone who remembers where they were when they heard or saw the news.
I can share that my child was born after September 11th, but in the year of 2001. It is amazing how my child asked me about the events of the day. My child has a friend in class who was born today. This generation is slowing arriving into their elementary school years and in some ways will be a mark of time and history.
I hope that you hug and love your family and friends.
I hope that you share and educate this first generation of children that were being born on and after this date in 2001.
I send my deepest thought, my deepest regard, my deepest sentiments, my heartfelt encouragement to everyone on this day.
I hope you share, I hope you comment about your experience on this site and let me know what today means for you, and what you remember. I look forward to your stories and continued conversations.
Be Well and Gentle to your Family, Friends, and yourself.