Monday, September 10, 2012

One Tuesday in September

7:35 AM EDT 9/11/12 | Despite difficult times in the past year from flooding and storms, we are glad sunshine will today embrace those who lived through this darkest of days in our history. Today we share in the strength that remembrance can bring to a nation which suffered so much on an ironically beautiful Tuesday eleven Septembers ago. The incalculable life-long human cost of this day will never be know, but we do know for some readers the sunshine and blue skies sometimes feel like it was yesterday, and other times is a lifetime distant. 

We recognize and thank all those attending remembrance activities this week. This Wall Street Journal article by former Presidental speechwriter Peggy Noonan captures for some what it means to live today trying to heal this wound of history as part of one's life. We encourage you to take a few moments and read it: "We'll Never Get Over It, Nor Should We."  

If you experience rain today, may it be viewed as tears of love for those lost so that our nation would endure. (The U.S. Team of Foot's Forecast)

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