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Remembering the Tragedy of 9/11

September 11, 2001 is a date that will live in infamy. Generations from now children will learn of the trauma these attacks caused, both in the lives of individual Americans, and the United States at large. 2,977 innocent people were killed, some as victims simply going about their lives, others as heroes who laid their lives down in the hopes of rescuing some. Injustice gave freedom a black eye.

However, we as a nation withstood the attempt at emotional, political, and intellectual destabilization with refined American resolve. C.S. Lewis wrote "courage is not simply one the virtues, but the form of every virtue at the testing point, which means, at the point of highest reality." When Muslim extremists sought to weaken us with cruel exterior abuse, we dug deep and found a reason to push back and rally together, namely the cause of freedom.

This September 11, we sit and think of two things: those we lost and the consequences of what occurred. Every life taken deserves to be remembered because he or she never had the opportunity to continue living it. But in remembrance of them, we stand firm on the justice that founded the United States of America, which afforded their freedom.

Never forget.

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