There have been more changes in these 10 years than at any other time in modern history. I am not sure if it is just my perception because of my ages and time in my life, or if there are actually more now than other times, but somehow September 11th has been the time marker for me and has been since that day. Continue reading
When prepping for this post, I went back and looked at all my earlier posts on the 9/11 anniversary.
In each post, I recall my perspective. My perspective has not changed, so I will remember from anther perspective today. Nine years later, there are people fighting an all new religious war. OK, the war isn’t new, but it has taken a new look.
There are people fighting about the building of an Islamic Mosque near ground zero. The people building and selling have made it clear that it isn’t about money because the mayor has offered to find a replacement building and Trump has offered to buy the building for 25% over the asking price. There are people who threatened to have a public burning of the Quran. While I have opinions on both of the topics, I will not share them in this venue. I just find it very sad how divided the country has become over the same topic that brought us so much closer together nine years ago.
Today, I remember. Do you?