- Here’s to all the sisters whose brothers didn’t come home.
- To all the wives who kissed their husbands goodbye that morning and had an empty place at the dinner table that night.
- To the firefighters who could only imagine what the world would be like when they got back outside, only to be trapped in there forever.
- To the office workers who thought it was going to be an ordinary work day, only to never come back out.
- To the passengers who had no clue what was going to happen, and to their bravery when they discovered what was going on.
- To the policemen and women who herded people away from the danger zone as the building was crumbling, and to the ones who gave their lives to protect us.
- To the soldiers that fought to keep our country safe after this tragedy.
- To the poor souls who witnessed it and committed suicide because of it.
- To the families that lost a parent, an uncle, a sibling, a grandchild, a friend.
- To the world who lost a bit of faith in everything around them afterwards.
- To the kids who never knew their parents, or what they died for.
- To the people who were inspired and have moved forward and made a wonderful life beyond this.
- To the kids who visit the memorial on a school trip and shed a tear for the brave and fallen people they never knew.
- To the courageous men and women who continue to stand strong and laugh in the face of tragedy.
- To everyone who was a victim of the 9/11 attacks.
I admire you.
They are the bravest and most amazing people, just for being able to get up in the morning and keep going. They deserve nothing but respect and love, especially today of all days.
R.I.P. To all 2,996 lives we lost.You will never be forgotten.
The way the Tower fell was so scary Look, it didn’t just break off, it crashed down as if it was a domino effect, floor by floor. There were people in that building. Take a moment out of your day and reblog this for the people who saved lives that day and for the poor souls who didn’t make it.