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We pause to remember the events that happened twenty years ago and the many heroes affected.
On this twentieth anniversary of a dark day, we pause to remember the innocent victims who were going about their normal lives when murderers took away their future. We pause to remember the heroes who raced into burning buildings, escorted people to safety, and fought to take a plane back from those intent on causing more harm. We pause to remember the brave men and women who volunteered to go overseas to prevent evil-doers from coming here. We pause to remember our allies who raced to our aid and support. We pause to remember the families left behind to pick up the pieces. Tomorrow, we’ll be back with our normal fun and games, but, today, we pause to remember.
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That was one day we will never forget.