Listen now (11 mins) | The following transcript was generated by Riverside.fm. Please forgive any typos or other mistakes contained therein: Hi everyone, welcome back to Good Distinctions. My name is Teresa Morris. This week we remember the September 11th, 2001 attacks where 19 members of Al-Qaeda hijacked four planes and killed about 3,000 Americans that day. So in light of this anniversary, I just have a couple quick thoughts and reflections to carry throughout our week. It often happens that in the aftermath of some type of tragedy, whether that be a national disaster, whether that be war, whether that be sickness, there tends to be a collective sense that this suffering, this common suffering brings people together. And that can be a really beautiful result of something that is very horrible and very difficult and very heartbreaking.