Osama’s Legacy: American Drift

Great post. It was interestin­g to witness how united our country became in the days immediatel­y following 9-11. But, then, in just a short time, that unity faded and later unraveled to what we have today. There is so much division. The pettiness that plays out in our “everyday” lives distracts from making quick, decisive moves to make life better for ourselves, loved ones, nation and planet. One step toward “fixing” our nation is to remember we all have commonalit­ies and that most have the same basic goals for themselves and their loved ones.
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