Should we really still be mourning?
September 11, 2001 was a terrible, sad, gruesome day.
It has been a full seven years now.
Our great country was attacked, shocked, appauled, sad, angry, hurt… No collection of words can accurately describe the sentiment that day.
Everybody grieves differently, and for different periods of time.
But, too many people want to keep us focused on the 9/11 disaster, rather than focusing on how America can continue to grow and thrive and be a shining beacon for freedom and the pursuit of happiness around the world.
The time for mourning is over.
If we focus only on the negative events of our past, how could we expect to create anything different?
It’s time to focus on creating our future.