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91101 On the morning of September 11 2001 I awoke thinking that this would be yet another normal Tuesday little did I know that this day would change my life forever Seeing two of our countries largest towers collapse one after another was the scariest thing I have ever faced After witnessing the pain and sorrows of that horrible day I realized that now the same nightmares we see on television across the globe are happening in our own backyard Immediately after our nation was attacked I felt a sense of insecurity which I had really never felt before For the first time in my teenage life I felt like I was not invincible September 11 was one of the most drastic and changing experiences in my entire life Everything around me seemed to feel different people cars and nature etcetera Facing the terror of September 11 left me with a horrible feeling inside of having lost something that was so much apart of the world that I could never replace The moment I arrived home I wanted to see my parents I guess when you feel at risk the only ones who can comfort you are the ones you love most I can remember how worried I was about a draft for the war I couldnt picture myself fighting because I knew I was not ready At that moment I truly understood how courageous every man who ever entered war was It gave me a totally new respect for war veterans September 11 2001 made me realize that life is not fast cars video games or gossip It brought to my attention that the people you love and who love you are the true things that matter in life It made me appreciate the wonderful family I have and how lucky I am It was hard to accept the reality of 911 The amount of families who lost someone
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