Five years ago this very day there was an attack on the United States and what we stand for. Many brave men and women died that day. So I would like everyone to remember and pay respect to those who rushed in and gave their lives to save our brothers and sisters, mothers and fathers, those closest to us. While everyone was dumbstruck at what was happening, there were those few that against all odds rushed into the unknown. Sprinting into the smoke and debris to see if they could just save one life, just one would be worth it all. The First tower fell at 9:50, crushing everyone inside. Even in sight of this, the New York Emergency services stayed in the second tower trying to evacuate as many people as possible. When that first tower fell the sound of Firefighters personal alarms cut through the noise of debris and bodies falling around the towers. Though times were at it's worst, heroes arose from the crowds of people. These men who would hold a door open for hundreds of others to pour through. Though not being able to make it out themselves. These are the true heroes of that day, A day I hope no one will forget. Not for the sake of any political reasons, but for the families, friends, loved ones. Everyone who lost someone or something they love that day. Everyone who feels there is something missing now. My love and respect goes out to you all. I, among many others lost friends/family in these terrorist attacks. How long can one wait for these wounds to heal? How many lifetimes could it take for the pain to go away? All we can do is salute those heroes who laid down their lives for us. Those heroes who are still fighting for our freedom and the things we love. God Bless America! Have a great day the rest of the day! One thing they can't take is our spirit.