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Living Our founding fathers realized that the future would bring new and advanced technologies Therefore when they created the United States Constitution they made sure it was a living document A living document can be changed and adapted to fit new eras and solve new problems Writers were able to premeditate future complications when the original constitution was written Since then the document has been changed fairly and with the best judgment many times Promises in a way are much like a living document they need to be changed and adapted every once in a while but always abided by The only reason a promise should ever be broken is if an unaware individual is going to be harmed if they dont know Lots of things change over time some more drastically than others but eventually all things change In the 1700s no one knew that someday there would the Internet If no one knew that someday hackers would be a threat how could anyone write a law to protect online users hundreds of years in the future Thats just it They didnt They left room for adaptation which allowed future generations to take care of the problem Sometimes promises are made spontaneously or when people arent considering or aware of the future When two people get married they promise to love honor and cherish each other until death parts them Everybody knows that that doesnt always happen Over time people begin to fight and they face a difficult question They can either choose to live in an unhealthy relationship or break the promise they made and get a divorce Divorce exists only because people break promises Everyone has the right to pursue happiness If someone is unhappy they should be able to do anything possible to make them comfortable Another reason people can break a promise is if someone is going to get hurt If a friend goes to another
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