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The world was shattered by the cowardly attack on the United States on Tuesday September 11 2001 On this dreadful day thousands of lives were taken During this period of bombing against the World Trade Center and the Pentagon there was a response of anger fear and pain This was an attack against innocent men women children and people of different races beliefs and religions It was not simply an attack against America but an attack against civilized society These terrorists attempted to destroy the symbols of America the nations economic and military power Terrorists tried to strike fear into the heart of America and its people however the attacks made the American people come together as a whole nation Furthermore these attacks on America made the whole world come together as one I was in class when the bombing happened and the commotion outside my classroom was intense I could hear people saying I need to call my Grandma I thought somebody had died or that something was happening in the campus When our class was over I went to see my professor and asked him what was going on We are being bombed he replied He told me to find a television and watch it so I did There it was the repetitive display of the airplane crashing into the Twin Towers the screaming the rushing and the chaos It made my heart beat rapidly and my knees trembled for my fears came back Chaos always brings the fear back The first time I feared was on July 15 1992 in Olongapo City Philippines when Mt Pinatubo erupted It was 900 in the morning and my Aunt asked me to go to the store to get some groceries On that morning it was raining heavily and the city appeared as though it was midnight It was completely dark because the power had been shut down all over the city and the
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