Hi there everyone!!

September 11, 2001 was a historic day for all of us. As the anniversary of that date approaches, we can’t help but sadly recall the events, the tragedy and the great human toll that was extracted. However, this is also a good time to reflect on the eloquent response of President George W. Bush and the positive message that he imparted. In his speech to Congress, the American People and global citizens, he said:

“We will rally the world to this cause by our efforts, by our courage. We will not tire, we will not falter, and we will not fail.”

While the words “tire,” “falter,” and “fail” may merely seem like repetitive jargon to create emotional emphasis or poetic harmony, they actually contain a significant depth of communication.

We will not tire. This has to do with our efforts. This has to do with our persistence. This has to do with our perseverance. This word expresses our consistent actions to attain our cause.

We will not falter. This has to do with our competence. This has to do with our intelligence. This has to do with our wisdom. This word expresses our resourcefulness to attain our cause.

We will not fail. This has to do with our conviction. This has to do with our determination. This has to do with our confidence. This word expresses our faith in attaining our cause.

As we can see, there’s a depth of meaning in just three distinct words. They were wisely chosen.

We live in a world where effective communication is vital in sustaining peace and understanding amongst all global citizens. George W. Bush delivered these words with pride and elegance, but more importantly, with distinction. “We will not tire, we will not falter, and we will not fail.”

Let's love the world together...

[)anish /|hmed, Visionary

Author's Bio: 

I am a blind, Pakistani albino. Really. That's who I am. I'm an entrepreneur, inspirational speaker, and best-selling author of "A Dictionary of Distinctions."

My vision is to help transform the lives of millions of people around the world through a new media genre: the convergence of entertainment and inspiration.

For example, I produced "What is Love?" -- http://www.TheLoveMovie.com -- a three minute movie on the Internet, now seen by a million people across 112 countries. My greatest passion is working with projects like co-producing hit shows (such as I DECIDE and SHIFT), and now working on a feature-length reality-based biographical movie of my life called "an Ordinary Story"!

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