September eleventh, 2001 was a nightmare. September twelfth was a rude awakening to reality. Even now, there has not been a day that has gone by where someone hasn’t stopped whatever they were doing and thought deeply about the nation’s situation. It’s simply amazing that a nation can endure such horror. Certainly no one, single, solitary person could withstand something of this extreme. And how could any other nation possibly hold together after an attack like this? It seems like a miracle, but we have gotten through it.
Understandably, this nation is truly changed forever. Many say that the nation has changed, that nobody will ever feel safe again; or that they feel danger lurking in every trip made to a major landmark. They claim that no flight could ever be secure again and that terrorism and copycat acts will plague the nation. They seem to all imply that everyone is doomed, be it from anthrax or airline hijackings, and there’s no way out of the predicament caused by a hatred for our country. Stop what you are doing right now, and think about this: Our nation is changed forever, but in ways not so clear to some people. For instance, this nation is more united than ever.
From September eleventh and on, we saw one of the most criticized cities in the world come together. We saw every race, religion, and ethnic background form one group, a group of proud Americans. Nobody is doomed here. Nobody is alone here. Everyone is American here. And possibly now, more than ever, others will continue to hate us.
The Term Paper on Importance Of Language In The Development Of The Nation State Or Cultural Identity
There are various different ways in which people interact with one another, communication being the most common, and language being the most common form of communication. We use it to convey our emotions, thoughts and feelings, and to express ourselves. Language is an absolutely integral part of the survival of the human race, and a key aspect of various cultures. Whatever is considered meaningful ...
If they choose to hate us for our unity, our freedom, and our super-human ability to not only remain strong but also remain united, then let them. America was, is and always will be a proud and united nation. Thank God some things never change.