Legacy of courage and love

One of the hottest sellers in American bookstores these days is The 9/11 Commission Report. Its gripping story is intensified by the fact that this is no fictional screenplay—the terrorist acts it describes actually happened in the United States on September 11, 2001.

Important as it is to understand what went so horribly wrong in the events leading up to that day—and to make corrections as quickly as possible—it's also vital to realize that, ultimately, safety doesn't depend entirely on new government regulations or high-tech equipment or armed sky marshals. Safety is actually ensured by the fact that there is a power for good that overwhelms even the most entrenched impulses toward evil.

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August 30, 2004
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