That fateful day

šŸ–¤ This day of reflection holds much emotion for our country. Most of us can remember exactly the moment we heard the news that the first tower had fallen on 9/11. Time stood still for a moment as we listened in disbelief.

The enemy was a foreigner then, or at least appeared to be. Now the threat to our safety is obviously our fellow countrymen, on our own soil, under the same constitution that my grandpa and so many others believed in and fought to defend.

Regardless of what is to come in this life (much of it Iā€™m sure will be unimaginable) I pray for a kind heart, fierce mind, and brave spirit:

šŸ’– Kind Heart:
May I have a kind heart without judgement, sharing my understanding with those who may be interested and accepting their right to choose what they believe

šŸ¹ Fierce Mind:
May I have a fierce mind pushing past self-imposed limits to reach full physical capacity; asking for, seeking and receiving Divine knowledge, understanding and wisdom as I encourage and uplift others

šŸ•Š Brave Spirit:
May I break free of all control; societal, spiritual, governmental, to change paradigms in all areas of life, boldly pulling down strongholds and expressing big unlimited love for my God, others, and myself

E.A. Fussell
09.11.2021

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