There are two words that can describe how I feel about the 7th anniversary of 9-11. Sadness and anger.
I am sad for the families who lost loved ones on September 11, 2001 and must relive that awful day over and over again. There are some of those families right here in eastern Carolina. I am also sad for those families who have been impacted since 9-11 with the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
My sadness turns to anger when I think that, as far as we know, Osama Bin Laden is still out there.
I sincerely hope that feeling of anger is replaced oneday with a sense of justice. The sadness part I don't think will ever go away. The families who have lost loved ones on 9-11, and because of it, will always remain in my thoughts and prayers.
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