Alexander Graham Bell’s Most Important Day
The most important day of my life was on March 10th, 1876, when I made the world’s first telephone call. Ever since I was a young lad, I had been dreaming about making people’s lives better by enhancing communication, despite the distance. Historically, during this time, the American civil wars were high, whereby the Southerners and Northerners had no intention of making a consensus. Peace continued to deteriorate whereby young people were taken to keep peace in the country’s different parts, away from their families. As a result, I thought that was the right opportunity for me to make telephones whereby families could communicate with their loved ones who were in the war as soldiers. I remember in my first telephone call talking to my brother Watson, telling him how much I had missed him. Previously, I had been engaging the call trials, but unfortunately, they were unsuccessful. Therefore, March 10th, 1876, remains my most important day since I made history, which will be reckoned over the years in the technological world.