On this the eve of the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on America, it’s hard to imagine an event that that’s had more of an impact on the way we live than what happened on September 11, 2,001. Before the worst terror attack on U.S. soil in our history, it used to be fun to fly. We weren’t subject to searches of ourselves and everything we are carrying with us at airports many other government buildings and at sporting events. We didn’t need a special federally approved drivers license, and getting a pass port took days instead of weeks. Before the attacks a simple ID was all you needed to do most of what you wanted to do. That all changed since the attacks. You may spend some time in the coming days reflecting on where you were and what you were doing when you first heard of the attacks, and reflecting how we were impacted by those attacks. What will be difficult is explaining to young people who weren’t alive 20 years ago what happened then and how it changed our lives forever. That’s the way I see it..