After a well needed break, hawaii_5_0_100
is back for a new year with you, providing prompts for some fun.
Today though, it's not a day for fun, but more a day for remembrance. 10 years ago, as everyone knows, some nutjobs decided to crash planes into buildings, changing the face of the world. That day, many people died, and a lot of them died while trying to rescue them. Ten years later, people are still dying from the after effects of the tower collapsing while they were rescuing: lung diseases, cancers, PTSD, and so on. We thought that the perfect prompt for the week would be HEROES
. And they are not only policemen, firemen or medics. We can also have a thought for the people from the flight 93 who decided to precipitate their fate but overpowering the terrorists and crashing their planes before they could do any more damages and hurt people. That was one of the bravest act I've seen so far. We also have to remember soldiers fighting for our freedom, people risking their life on daily basis to help and rescue populations, journalists who put their lives at risk in order to provide us information which allow us to think by ourselves and not fall into propaganda, and so many people doing that in the world on daily basis to make a better world.
So, what do you think about the prompt? Are you going to write us some great stuff? What do you think Steve, Danny, Rachel, Chin, Kono and everyone else were doing this fatidic day? How did it affect their lives? Did their lose any loved ones?
Have a nice week,