"This year marks the 13th anniversary of 9/11. Fathers, mothers, sons, daughters and friends. Heroes. Lost their lives to some of the purest hatred humanity can offer. That day evil took place. But evil did not win. Those who lost their lifes will be remembered by their heroics and their stories. Every single storey. Remembering not only the dead but them people who climbed through the rubble, ran through the fire, and of course the ones who ran inside of the burning and collapsing buildings risking their lifes to help. No one should have lost their life on September 11th 2001, but they did. Everyone lost faith that day. Lost hope. Lost compassion. Today marks the day we lost everything. But the horrific violence didn’t take everything. Them monstrous men hijacked not only the planes. But their faith too, the took apart and destroyed everything their religion stands for. But we are still here. Still standing. Still believing. Today is the day we lost heroes, faith and loved ones. Good conquered the evil. It just took a hefty price. The fear we all felt that day was pure, the fear everyone felt, those so scared and helpless they had no choice but to jump out of their windows. Evil cannot take all. The evil that day wasn’t powerful enough to stop that one person spilling coffee down their shirt and going to change it, someone else getting a plaster for blisters from new shoes, someone sleeping in late, anther person missing the bus, or the person who had to get the donuts. Because them things? Them annoying inconveniences? Saved lifes that day. Them tiny everyday nuisances, became small miracles. May all the souls lost Rest In Peace, and assure us, even the hatred that was shown that day, cannot change the heroics that were shown by so many people. Humanity is still capable of good in this world."