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Do you remember where you were on September eleventh 2001 Do you have vivid memories of where you were and what you were doing when you heard about suicide bombings in other countries Most Americans probably remember their experience with 9-11 better than any other tragedy This is because we are more effected by things that hit close to home rather than things that happen half way around the world Why is it that we can care so greatly about ourselves and so little about others Terrorism is a problem that is evident in almost all parts of the world In some countries people live in fear of their lives because they are surrounded by so much death Until recent years the United States citizens did not have any reasons to worry about the safety of their lives and their familys lives A decade ago terrorism was a distant problem fought in remote locations on the other parts of the earth People did not care about all of the innocent people who were dying every day Our concern was directed at our daily lives and problems that do not compare to the problems faced by our fellow humans in other parts of the world The average person cares only about their immediate surroundings and what directly effects them The recent terrorist attacks and threats on America have changed our lives forever After September eleventh the people of America started learning about terrorism and how it might effect them Until that point most US citizens had not heard of Osama Bin Ladan When an event interferes with a persons day-to-day life they begin to care They want to know who caused the inconvenience why it was caused when it was caused where it took place and how it happened Until then they have no reason to care because it does not involve them The more you are involved the more you care If you knew
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