Like so many of us who have reached a certain age, the events of that fateful Tuesday, 20 years ago are forever imprinted vividly in my memory. It still feels like they happened yesterday. I watched and listened in anger and disbelief, wracked by worry and overcome with fear. Those images, – people staring up in disbelief and weeping at the burning skyscrapers, running for their lives through the city streets filled with billowing dust clouds, brave emergency responders running into and not away from the inferno, and of course the monuments to our progress and civilization collapsing in slow motion. The Israel Times called it “a day of indelible images — apocalyptic, surreal, violent, ghostly, both monumental and profoundly personal. Wrenching and agonizing to remember. Impossible to forget.”
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