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Tomorrow, is the 14th anniversary of 9/11. As I wrote on the 10th anniversary, "On September 11, 2001, the world's worst and best showed their faces on the same day for one of the ultimate confrontations of good vs. evil." (http://www.westlakerevelations.com/2011/09/11/10th-anniversary-september...)

There were 3,000 children born on 9/11/2001. They don't know the world before 9/11, but have a grasp better than most. Tomorrow, they turn 14 years old -- and they have a message for us: do at least one good deed to honor the 9/11 victims and responders.

In an era where our local, regional, and federal leaders often pontificate and play politics, I encourage you to not only lead by example, but listen to those that do.

Please take a moment, and think like the stereotypical Boy Scout.
Please listen to these kids, and do a good deed tomorrow.

If you're interested in what these kids are doing, or are looking for ideas of a good deed, see https://911day.org/about/