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Throughout the past year many people throughout the nation have attempted to continue to live their lives the same as usual even after tragedy The upcoming anniversary of September 11th reminds many like myself of how a nation can be affected by self-less acts that not only killed innocent people but also killed the security of an entire country I experienced that tragic day differently from those who just watched the events unfolding on the television These attacks hit closer to home than I can ever in my dreams imagine It was a normal Tuesday morning just like any other day I got up at the sound of the noisy buzzer on my alarm clock I showered got dressed and got myself ready for another challenging day in high school I arrived at school where all the traffic was moving busily like always Students were driving in to school and the school buses driving in to drop off students All seemed well for another day at Stroudsburg High School Arriving at third period Mr Whites Contemporary Issues and the Law class I stumbled upon my friends and fellow classmates who are starring at the television screen I pay no mind to this and walk over to my seat All of a sudden my friend from the back of the room shouts out to me Melissa doesnt your father work there I look up at the television and see major damage to the north tower of the World Trade Center I on the other hand much like the other classmates in the room look on in astonishment It was 846 in the morning Everyone in our classroom was glued to the television set There was nothing but complete silence in the room About fifteen to twenty minutes later the second plane hit the south tower of the World Trade Center By this time I already have the biggest feeling in the pit of my
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