I can still remember Diane Sawyer standing in the rubble near the site of the Twin Towers two years ago this evening. She picked up some financial papers that were blowing around and said, "You know, I'll bet that 24 hours ago someone thought these papers were ultimately important. Now our priorities have changed." Thoughts turned from MAKING ALL YOU CAN to family, friends, faith, hope, and grief. I remember exactly where I was when word came that JFK had been shot in 1963 (in Mrs. Ferguson's 2nd grade at Field Elementary School in Neosho, MO) . . . and I'll never forget the morning of 9/11/01.