The ashes. I remember the ashes.
Of course I remember.
But the question I wish I'd ask myself more often is about what I do with that memory, and the memory and knowledge of this and other similar tragedies in our world. What's my contribution to the legacy of all and everyone that has been lost? How do I make sure anger and hatred (and selfishness and racism and apathy and greed or even just misunderstanding) don't win in the places where I can personally make a difference?
How do I continue to make the action of remembering bigger and stronger and more powerful to change than what we've all been left here to remember?