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Suddenly my heart skipped a beat as I walked onto Level 4 Who would do this I thought On September 11 2001 the atrocious event of the Twin Towers became our Nations worst nightmare There in front of me stood a tall piece of the Twin Towers Under this piece of the Twin Towers I learned about sacrifice and loss through all the people who ran into the buildings not thinking about themselves to save the people in needSeeing the Twin Towers brought a strong new emotion over me I felt like the saying Out of the darkness comes Light should be applied in this situation because our Nation has grown from this hellish disaster The people who did this men like savage monsters did not do what God wanted them to when he rested a big decision in their hands Victims families grieved Why my sondaughterfathermother and please let them come home safely The fact that the whole world knew about and helped us through this horrendous event warms my heart First this changed me because it showed me that hundreds of brave people some of whom did not even live in New York ran into the Twin Towers to save others sacrificing themselves Secondly I learned that during dark times people have to bear up courage under difficult situations and do what is rightWhenever I use to hear stories about 9-11 like On September 11 2001 the Twin Towers got attacked and fell killing many people I felt like that story took place in a foreign country but now I realize that it happened only 3000 miles away I know now that our Nation Under God will strive for as long as we have faith and will not perish from evil people and our enemies This was meaningful because it helped me realize what really happened on September 11 2001
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