"Always think of it, never speak of it": This is the third time I've tried to post on this, and my beautiful prose got lost each time. I'm just going to link and make one comment. Christopher Hitchens, over at Slate, makes a good argument about why we shouldn't commemorate 9/11/01. I mostly agree, but certainly those who lost loved ones, or who survived the crashes, should certainly do what they feel is best to remember those who died, or to celebrate their own life. I think Hitchens is talking more about this.