9/11/ 2001 was a time of lost innocence in American culture.
Do you remember where you were at the moment of the strike on the World Trade Center on 9/11/2001?
How did that moment change your life forever?
For me, the 9/11 attack and the Benghazi attack on 2012, and all the wars in between, signal a need to be courageous even in the face of death.
It takes great courage to say no to war.
It takes great courage to have your own opinions and philosophies that are not spoonfed to you by media or propaganda.
As Pres. Obama makes another case for war, we know that many more lives will be lost, especially those of women and children. How ironic that this case is being made on the anniversary of 9/11, even as CIA whistleblowers are revealing new information about the Benghazi attack, contradicting the Obama administration story.
All of the whistleblowers in today’s world, are seen as traiters in the eyes of the Obama administration, and could be held indefinitely in a forgotten prison, or be put to death. These whistleblowers our courageous in the face of death.
“Uprooting our fear of death: bringing IT out of the closet,” is meant to start conversations about death On the anniversary of what brings up very disturbing memories of death, perhaps we can find another word for death. I believe it is time to transform our concepts of death and create a new world as a result.
Ay 3 PM EST 9/11, click the link following these words, and the countdown should change to the live Google Hangout.