Can you remember where you were when you first heard of the events that happened on September 11, 2001? I was sitting in Religion class in my sophomore year at Mercy High School in Middletown, CT. It’s extremely surreal to find myself in Seoul, Korea, hearing about the death of Osama Bin Laden ten years later. This time upon hearing the events of Osama Bin Laden’s death, I was sitting at my desk as a teacher. Even stranger for me is that I first heard of the news on none other than Facebook, a social networking site that did not even exist ten years ago. Within minutes of the breaking news story, I noticed at least fifty posts on Facebook that linked me to the top videos and news stories broadcasting across the nation. My first thoughts and feelings were similar to my reactions on September 11th, disbelief, confusion and uncertainty. As I watched Obama’s speech I felt relief for the people all over the world who lost friends and families in the terrorist attack. Nothing will ever be able to heal the damage done in their hearts, but they can finally find some condolence in the fact that the mass murderer of their loved ones is dead. I watched the videos of everyone in the USA celebrating this victory and was happy to see the open display of pride we have for our country. Today is a day that will be remembered forever in history books. This is the first time a US president ordered the killing of a man in the name of terrorism. I am proud of my country and I think we should celebrate, but I am also left with many questions. My own morals leave me confused. When is murder justified? In my opinion, murder does not solve any problems; it creates more problems. Has killing Osama really done the nation “justice” as Obama has stated many times? Do you celebrate the killing of someone else even when it seems justified? How exactly do you celebrate an event like this? What repercussions will our country face from this action? I think there is a lot more to think about before running around the streets waving our flags around. We may have won a huge battle in terrorism, but I think we are very far from winning the war. At this point I am very curious to hear more details about this operation. I would love to hear other people’s initial reactions to today’s events.