On this 16th year after the September 11th attacks, I am more conflicted than ever in where our world and our country is headed. Terrorism is now part of our lives, more than ever before.
Therefore, I encourage everyone to be thankful. Be thankful for what we do have. Be thankful for those that have served for us. Be thankful for those who continue to serve for us. Be thankful for those that tirelessly try to keep our world moving in a positive direction.
Tell someone you love them today. If you see a veteran or current active duty service member, tell them thank you.
And if you see Cynthia today, give her a HUGE hug and tell her thank you for her undying devotion to making our world a healthier, happier place.
To your health and happy thoughts,
About the Author:
Starr Cortner, M.S., MCHES, ACE, AFAA is a wellness specialist with more than 16 years experience in cardiovascular health and emergency medicine.