St. Paul's Chapel, in the shadow of what used to be the world trade center, survived and provided succor to the victims and responders of the 9-11 disaster. It survived and provided succor to the victims and responders of the 1776 burning of New York City.
Their current pastor called that "a horrible opportunity."
As Americans, we now have a horrible opportunity to show the world, by our actions, what the majority of Americans are and are not. In the midst of chaos and confusion, remember the words of Viktor Frankl, a psychiatrist who survived torture and medical experimentation in the Nazi extermination camps. And then produced some of the most spiritually oriented, positive psychological philosophy the world has ever seen.
No one can make you think or do anything. You always have the choice to think or do what you choose to do, regardless of the consequences. Do not focus on the things that concern you over which you have no control. Focus on those things over which you do have control.
Then choose to do what you would want others to do to you. And do it.