This week, we have observed another memorial of a devastating day in America, 9/11. I was in awe of the raw emotions which are still in me when I watch the specials of the stories of the day.

I still cry when I see the ones who lost so many loved ones. I still feel anger at being violated by some-thing so sinister and the utter disregard for life. I feel so proud as I watch fellow rescuers run into buildings to save their fellow brothers and sisters and took no time to regard their own lives. I feel the total emptiness as I hear the bodies thump hitting the ground as people felt there was only one choice for their lives and to jump.

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