Almost a year has passed
since the horrible terrorist attacks on September 11. I thought it might
be appropriate to discuss some specific issues since the attacks affected
so many nations and people worldwide. Here are the questions and some
of the answers posted on the LDS Community Forum.
Are we safer now
than before September 11?
No. We are inconvenienced
by things that really make no difference in our security simply because
they look good to (or for) politicians.
We are somewhat
safer from terrorists. But we are also somewhat less safe from the
Yes, I believe so.
I believe that because of the evil that happened people are much more
aware of their surroundings, and that companies, nations, and governments
have focused on the importance of safety, which has brought about
many good changes.
would be a fitting memorial for the victims?
I don't know.
An America where
people are not arrested and held by the military without trial, a
free and democratic Afghanistan, a lasting peace in the middle east,
and an end to our oil-based economy.
I don't really know
what would be a fitting memorial, but I thought there has to be at
least some type of memorial with the names of all the victims, and
volunteers that were killed or lost their lives.
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