Dr. B. Diamond
September 8, 2012
A View of Life After September 11, 2001 Different phenomenons occur on a daily basis around the universe and people are impacted in various ways. As one observe American History preceding the Civil Right Era, one can compare the mentally of people that were raised in that time to the persons who were raised in the late 1970’s and so on. On September 11, 2001, the terrorism that befell changed the way of life in America, all over the universe, and in individual lives. It is important that one is cautious when speaking to people nowadays because of this terrible occurrence; some people see life in a different light because people are more careful and take jokes and remarks from another approach. Following this event, a war in Iraq happened and this affected American families across the country. A plethora of events that occur not only traumatize children, but it affects people of all ages.
I was in eleventh grade in Deltona, Florida sitting in English class listening to instruction and the principal interrupted class instruction through the Public Announcement (P.A.) System for all teachers to tune into a local news station; class stopped immediately to observe what was on the television. On this day, my peers and I were watching a real life event happening in the State of New York. The first thought that came to mind after realizing what took place was I wondered of the safety at my school and if anything would happen to me or my immediate family. This episodic memory will stick with me for a lifetime. Sometimes I can be in a building being so far from the first floor and can wonder if anything will happen while I am in that building. Another judgment that came to mind was my family that resided in New York. I was unable to contact my family at the very moment because I was in school, but