Twenty years ago, on 9/11, I remember a friend calling me in the morning with the tragic news. For weeks, many of us were glued to the TV trying to process the aftermath, laden with stories of loss and heroism. Looking back at it now, I'm reminded that tomorrow is not guaranteed. And life shouldn't be taken for granted. We need to make every moment count and do what matters most. On this day of remembrance, we honor heroes and survivors who remind us that kindness is what carries us. --Guri
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Editor's Note: Twenty years ago, on 9/11, I remember a friend calling me in the morning with the tragic news. For weeks, many of us were glued to the TV trying to process the aftermath, laden with stories of loss and heroism. Looking back at it now, I'm reminded that tomorrow is not guaranteed. And life shouldn't be taken for granted. We need to make every moment count and do what matters most. On this day of remembrance, we honor heroes and survivors who remind us that kindness is what carries us. --Guri
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"Of the last 25 people who made it out of the World Trade Center's south tower on Sept. 11, 2001, Florence Jones was number 18. Her story is one I have always carried with me." David Muir reflects.
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