In a powerful radio program Tuesday, on the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, Glenn Beck aired haunting audio broadcasts from all over the country, reliving the events that played out as they happened live on that fateful day. While difficult for many to listen to, the clips Beck aired provided thoughtful reflection on the sombre occasion.
"I am a different man than I was 11 years ago," he then said soberly.
"I am a completely different man than I was in 2001. I was lucky enough to have found God in '99, so my journey was a little easier."
Beck went on to talk about the path his life has taken over the course of the last 11 years as it relates to family, faith and even his career. He spoke about standing up for what one believes in and said that he does not particularly remember his achievements before 9/11, but that he is "amazed" with all he and others have accomplished since that time. Beck asked listeners to survey the last 11 years of their lives and assess how they have each changed for the better.
For those who haven't a "long list," he asked that they begin to think about making those changes now.