August Rush; Where were you when the world stopped turning

Today is Alan Jackson day and he composed a song in memory of the September 11th attack, the lyrics are powerful and he was asking where Americans were on that September day. I’m just a singer of simple songs. I’m not a political man. I watch CNN but I’m sure can’t tell the difference between Iran and Iraq. Truthfully how many of us know about Azerbaijan or it’s capital? Alan Jackson’s song is about the loss of lives and the survivors not the politics of Al Qaeda.

Faith, Hope and love are great things.But the greatest is love.

We are global citizens and one thing we can’t bury our heads in sand over is the terror threat, I lost friends in the July 11th bomb attack at kyadondo. Now with all their issues, one thing that you cannot take away from the Americans is the love for their nation, In 2013bc(before corona) the old man went to the DOD Pentagon, this was a place where a plane plunged into the side of the Pentagon . So with this song, Iam reminded that people lost their lives. Global terror is real and it matters not if you agree with their cause. Those sons of a gun will take you out.

At the Pentagon memorial

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