Saturday, March 14, 2020
September 11th, 2001 essays
September 11th, 2001 essays September 11, 2001, was a day of change for all of us in America. Everyone has changed in some essential way, and it seemed as if nothing would ever be the same after the terrorist attacks on American soil. I have changed in several different ways since September 11, 2001. Since the terrorist attacks, I am very thankful I live in a free country. The attacks reminded me that America has the most individual rights and freedom. I have more feeling of love towards my country. I have more patriotism than ever before. September 11, 2001 has helped me to understand more about freedom and patriotism. America now knows that this is reality, and that we dont take our freedom for granted. As a country, we joined together and rose up when we faced the ultimate low of the tragedy of all the lost lives. We formed a more positive attitude towards our country, and we helped the families as they faced the tragedy of losing loved ones. The terrorists did not instill fear in me, but instead they instilled a deeper respect in me for our country. To show more patriotism, I asked my family to hang an American flag from our front porch. The American flag has been on display everyday since the terrorist attacks. The flag gives me a great feeling of American pride , and the flag never lets me forget the people that died to protect our country. Even thought the United States government had some clues that may have prevented this attack, I support the government more now. I strongly support President Bush on the ways he has handled the terrorists and what we have done to the terrorists in Afghanistan. Since the tragedy, I have realized that it has pulled us together as a country and we are willing to defend our freedom. I have great respect towards the military. I respect them because they are willing to protect our nation from future attacks, and they will try their best to make our country as safe as possible. I also have more respe...
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