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Community Psychology CHANGE THE HARDEST THING FOR ANY OF US TO DO Think about how hard it is for us to change a habit one that we have had for a really long time so long that we cannot distinguish or remember a time when we didnt have the habit If it is so hard to change a habit on an individual level how are we supposed to change a habit on a Microsystems level all the way up to a Macro system level What worked in the past may not work for the changing societal mind of the present Martin Luther King was quoted in A Testament of Hope saying todays problems are so acute because the tragic evasions and defaults of several centuries have accumulated to disaster proportions What I think he meant by this is we learn from our teachers and we cannot be upset with the mindset of a society because it is all that is known but rather to change the mindset and educate so the new changing society cannot suffer from past mistakes In Fairweathers Social Change The Challenge to Survival he said attempts to change societies occur when a society fails to create practical and workable solutions to pressing human problems I agree with him in a couple of his points Most unresolved problems demean the quality of life and unless man can perceive that he is headed toward disaster and can change his way of life future on this planet is in doubt especially for advancement of individuals all the way to the global scale In a time of global disparity I feel compelled to include it in this paper In a Testament of Hope King pointed out if we look honestly at the realities of our national life it is clear that we are not marching forward we are groping and stumbling we are divided and confused This statement was made a long time
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