On the Anniversary of 9-11

I remember that I was probably one of the first to know about it at my school. I went on that muggy Tuesday morning having seen the horrific scenes on television. I had left it on and woke up to the sound of the Today show broadcasting the second plane crash. It was a tape delay, but still, it was eerie. Somehow I knew this was going to be big. I was the first to bring it up in class that morning and pretty soon all classes were canceled as we went to pray in our school's chapel. It was a tense day. But we prayed. And while the world has changed, we've prayed more, have had to deal with new challenges, and have had to adapt. May God guide us as we continue to lead the world as a beacon of freedom and hope.

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