We all remember our 9/11 stories. If you were old enough to understand what was going on, then probably every moment of that day is indelibly etched into your brain. Now, 16 years later, there are countless 9/11 tributes you can share today to show your support, many of them using some version of the phrase "never forget." For anyone who witnessed it, whether from elsewhere in Manhattan or a thousand miles away, forgetting is just not an option.
Sharing your version of the story is, though. Or if you don't feel comfortable with that and simply want to show your support to the victims' loved ones in another way, there are myriad ways to do that as well. Take a moment out of your day to think about how you experienced 9/11, to remember where you were when the you saw the towers fall, to reflect on what the day meant for the country. Thousands of people are remembering the loved ones they lost on that horrible day, and even though it's over a decade and a half later, I can only imagine that the wound still feels fresh on the anniversary every year, when the whole country spends some time talking about it. I can't speak for them — but I'm sure they'd appreciate your support.