Eighteen years after that tragic morning on 9/11 New York State has passed a new law mandating schools to observe a moment of silence in remembrance of the horrific attacks. Beginning in 2019, every September 11 New York schools must conduct a reflective hushed moment to inspire heartfelt conversations to assure that new and future … Continue reading 9/11 Reflection to Never Forget Lives Forever in New Law
On this 17th year since the 9/11 terror attacks, it is the first year that this day of mourning and remembrance shares its time with Rosh Hashanah — the Jewish New Year. It is a fitting holiday to have 9/11 fall on, as this marks the beginning of the days of repentance, at the beginning of the … Continue reading 9/11 Reflection as Rosh Hashanah Day of Remembrance
As a new military mom, I feel a need to ask myself, “Did 9/11 cause my then six-year-old to now be a strong 22-year-old college graduate heading to serve in the Navy”? I wonder if my lovely daughter would be on a different career path if she had never witnessed that horror that hit so close to our home.
Though many years have passed, it seems like yesterday that the world would forever be changed. This Sept 11, 2015 marks 14 years since that day that began in New York with a beyond beautiful clear September morning. In a moment the sun and clear blue sky was replaced by smoke fire and a day … Continue reading Reflection on 9/11: A new military mom remembers a day never to be forgotten
agreement finally made to finish museum at Ground Zero to become part of the 9/11 memorial plaza 9/11 museum completion agreement reached - National Arts & Exhibits | Examiner.com.