Keep Flying, Keep Producing
Ten years ago today, I was flying out of Boston Logan airport, only to have my flight interrupted with an emergency landing in Syracuse as all air traffic came to a halt.
Apparently I had been just a few gates shy of being on the wrong plane.
At the time, it was my hope that business and trade — those things which had been directly attacked — would resume undeterred.
I had hoped that the towers would be rebuilt swiftly, that the cheering and jeering would stop, that people would get to work producing and contributing positively, instead of using the tragedy as a platform for giving voice to their anger and hatred.
You can’t always get what you want, but you can keep on trying.
Today, ten years later at Logan, I’m still flying.
Posted on September 11, 2011, in Business, Life, Positivity and tagged 9/11, Boston, Boston Logan, Business, Emergency landing, lessons, life, Logan, Logan International Airport, Massachusetts, positivity, september 11, september 11th. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.