Whatever you believe about 9/11 is your right, but it does not mean anything!
Lisa Hickey was asked by a Good Men Project contributor how she reconciles all of the religious ceremonies of the day with the fact that she is atheist. Here is her answer.
Alex Yarde finds common ground with President Trump.. but his focus is different.
Bruce Mulkey shares his experiences and thoughts from the day that changed our lives forever.
The special contribution that we give unselfishly of ourselves to make the difference in somebody else’s life. For Tom it is the gift of remembrance.
What is the limit on hypocrisy when believers and statesmen have done wrong in the name of Democracy and faith?
Aftermath: World Trade Center Archive
In Memory of September 12, 2001 #NeverForget
Someday, Jeff Jackson will tell his sons about the events of the day of 9/11, a day he will #neverforget.
I want them to never forget the story about “the skyscraper and the airplane, and about the bright September morning that welded them together.”
We don’t need a political candidate to make our country great. It already is.
—9/11/2001. You probably remember exactly where you were when the Twin Towers were hit. I was working in my children’s school as an art teacher at the time, and the news came on before the kids arrived. We watched the planes fly into the World Trade Towers. We looked on in disbelief. How could this happen?…
Author and Poet Terrell Washington Anansi writes about the beauty of starting fresh.
“You come across all sorts of strange things. It’s like the lottery–you never know.”
To the confusion of all the boys and girls out there, adults insist that action figures belong in boxes.