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All Men are equal In the past in the present and in the future this problem has and will trouble all human beings but why Dont we know that we are all made of the same substance That a skin color or a physical incapacity makes no difference to us That by thinking or being told by other that we are descendants of a god makes us superior than others All through history we have been trying to find something that make us better than others Inequalities between us surged because of this reason Lets start from the past Men believed that we were born with divine rights or that some were messengers of gods from the pharaohs to the kings But we know that all this was nothing but pure tales and science has tested it Human beings are born genetically exactly the same as others It was difficult for the upper classesto believe it but they had to Charles Darwin was a scientist who discovered that some species were suited to live and others were not This was applied to human beings but as regards the economic and social classes so people who were poor and did not have money to live thought that they could not escape that problem and that they were not suited to live Obviously they were wrong and Darwin himself said so His theory was applied to a species as a whole and these differences were due to the economic system and not to a natural selection Another big problem that men have faced during the last years is discrimination There are lots of types age race skin color women social classes physical incapacities and soon We think that we are perfect and this is the reason why discrimination appeared but my question is Are we perfect by insulting the handicapped and making them feel that they are different when they are already suffering because of their
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