Imagine one day you and your friends start listening to a band. You all really like the music. Turns out, that band is playing at a concert, at the Bataclan concert hall in Paris. You buy tickets.
The day comes. You wake up and tell your friends how excited you are to finally see this band. You hastily leave the house because your friend's waiting outside to pick you up. You tell your mother goodbye, you barely acknowledge your brothers and sisters. You don't tell them you love them. You don't know this is the last night of your life.
As you're at the concert having the time of your life, the atmosphere changes. The doors lock and you're isolated in that room. You're now a hostage. You're scared. You wish you could call your mother, but you didn't buy credit because you thought this would be just another night out. People start to scream and you're scared. Unsure of what's to come. Bombs begin being detonated. Your young life is taken. You didn't even get to say goodbye to your family.
This has been the worst attack in Paris since World War 2.
Take a moment to appreciate your life, because it could have been you.
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