I observed two moments of silence today for the people who were directly and indirectly affected six years ago today. One was private, a moment I took while getting ready to go to work. I felt it would be impossible to start my day without remembering and thinking of those who are still in mourning for their lost loved ones. The other was public, at a United Way kickoff rally that I attended as my organization's representative. There was something special about observing that moment of silence with a room full of people. It was good to know people still remember. It's important to remember.
To all those who are still mourning, to all those who weep, my thoughts and prayers are with you today, and everyday.