9-11 is an important day for all of us. It represents a day when the world really did stop and all of us were given a choice to change and move on, or be paralyzed by fear. Please remember those we lost on 9-11 and please pray for all the survivors who still cannot forgive and go forward.
I sit in my hotel room in Chicago watching the New York 9-11 event. I remember the day well, but I also remember everything since that day. We need to get back to an attitude of teamwork and working together. We can be better than we are.
Let’s all work together and make this world a better place. Tell our politicians to put aside their differences and figure out ways to team and not be so divisive.
God bless you all and God bless America.
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I continue to be amazed at the creativity that people have in so many areas of life. When that creativity is related to and inspired by something that Roselle and I did, it is especially meaningful,
The other day I was contacted by a musician Michael Gaither. He asked me if I would listen to a song about Roselle and I and our 9-11 story. I am including that video here and a brief bio of Michael. I hope you all enjoy it as much as I did. I am honored that my our story can be an inspiration to others. Here’s the video and bio. Continue reading
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This past week we lost two people I regard as real American heroes, Robin Williams and Lauren Bacall. Why are they heroes? They both lived their public lives to the fullest and they left us with legacies and memories which will stay with us for a long time. If those aren’t characteristics of a hero I do not know what is. Continue reading