In memorium, on this day of national grief.

We remember where we were that day. We remember your deaths. The shock, the horror, the anger and the fear. There is nothing that will change what happened this day, nor will it changed the lives affected.

We can only move forward and help those who cannot.

We can greet strangers with fear in our hearts or we can change and open ourselves to accept change, love, and peace back in our lives.

Today, let us remember those who have passed and those who gave their lives to help strangers. Let us each reach out a hand to help someone in need, great or small, and send that positive energy out into the world, so that each one of us can start the healing.

For those that died, for those that gave their lives to help and save, for those who continue on. We will never forget.

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About Curvaceous Yogi

I am a 33 year old self-proclaimed and proud artist, journal-writer, creator, and yogi-in-training. I also have an AAS in massage therapy, love coffee more than is good for me, and dream of traveling abroad.
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2 Responses to In memorium, on this day of national grief.

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