For the victims of 911 and Benghazi.
I wrote this a year ago to honor those who lost their lives in both 911 tragedies.
All night I thought about the families who lost so much on September 11, 2001, the day of the most devastating domestic terrorist attack in American history. Over 3,000 Americans lost their lives.
All week I have been debating whether or not my son, Christopher, who was born in 2001, should watch the documentaries reliving those tragic events. We watch, but it is still hard to comprehend. It is still hard to believe. Christopher says he does not remember a time when we did not think about terrorists. It is the new normal. We know when something feels like terrorism. We do not believe there is such a thing as “spontaneous attacks” anymore. Those are just words that are made up.
All morning I thought about how I could come up with the…
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