Reflections on Anniversary Of The Terrorist Attack Of September 11, 2001
BY Frank Jack Fiamingo
New Jersey –-(Ammoland.com)- Humans are both such potentially heroic and yet exceedingly fragile creatures.
It is their very fragility that makes their positive deeds that much more heroic.
They are both creatures of Nature and subject to its whims. Able to create and build on a scale much grander than their tiny frames would warrant, these delicate creatures can so easily be destroyed by an errant gust of wind or the malevolent design of other more evil humans.
As we approach the anniversary of an event that so dramatically demonstrated the monstrous depths of depravity to which the machinations of the mind of man can descend, let us also not forget the great heights to which it can soar.
It is up to us as the ancestors of giants to prove that we are worthy of the greatness of our forefathers. It is time for us as both Americans and human occupants of the planet Earth to dedicate ourselves as individuals to honestly fulfilling the dreams of those whose lives were cut short by the tragedy that occurred on September 11, 2001.
We must live to ensure that one group of men can never again so quickly and easily destroy the lives and dreams of so many of their fellow humans.
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