As I sit here and reflect on this day I come to think if many things.
How lucky I am as a father, someone who is relatively healthy and gainfully employed.
This day brings out bouts of patriotism we have not seen since before that terrible day. I am proud of people for that and hope that this feeling carries on.
My hope is the even people not from New York, the area in PA or near DC also realize the seriousness of the impact it made on these areas.
We were attacked. So now what do we do? Hopefully we continue to be the relator or nations, the building blocks to a successful culture.
We cannot go backwards and should not. It is the duty if each and every one of us not to allow our stupid feelings or bad tempers or egoism to deter from the goal.
I challenge all of us to speak out against bigotry, sexism, racism and culture ism
Stand up when you see someone being mistreated. Speak up immediately, step in
For that is what the hundreds of people did that fateful day. The stepped up and laid there lives on the line for everyone.
Without knowing the culprit they spoke for all of us and said " F this you will not kill us all, you will not win"
And they did not. We are stronger than ever and we must continue to be. Personally, ethically and mentally.
Kubb, destroyer of yards and connector of nations.
When you connect with a neighbor on a mutual interest, you are fighting against the terrorist who think that people of our like-mindedness are evil.
Each time you laugh and speak of freedom (trust me many other countries have this and enjoy it as well) you are fighting against those who wish to control and destroy the values we have grown to cherish and respect.
Keep playing Kubb , keep speaking out
Keep on smiling
My respect to all those who have fought or have stood up or spoken out for what they believe In