When you pass by this thing everyday it just becomes apart of everyday life. You see tourists & people quiet, mourning, paying their respects & theres me chatting on my phone as I walk to the subway, or doing something else insensative... completely oblivous to the situation out of necessity.
Last week I came across this amazing piece that a friend & old collegue created after 9/11/2001. Katya left our firm to go to the prestigious Cranbrook Art School. All of the people mentioned here are people I worked with post-9/11... & I'm even mentioned as having nose bleeds "from the air".
If you want to know what it was like to go back to work in the wake of 9/11... or to be there on that day, take 10 minutes to explore this piece: