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There is an abundance of radiance and splendor in the world But despite its beauties and wonders however it still has its profusions of tribulations and troubles Yes we all agree that the world could be made a better place Many people would like to help fabricate and make this world a better habitat except embracing the entire world as a venture can undeniably be a tremendous task How can a task of such significance and magnitude be initiated And what can one person with simple resources effectively do Certainly there are things that we can do to help build a better world because the end results are rewarding But with all that said we must ask the question What is wrong with the world It is impossible to contribute to improving the world if you dont know whats wrong with it In my opinion we the people are the problem of the world We destroy hurt and abuse every natural beauty of this world from the sands of the earth to the precious children If we can reach and touch ourselves and deal with the inner and outer imperfections of our personal lives then that is a massive commencement of a better world I strongly feel that in order to improve something you must first improve yourself as an individual In my venture to improve the world I as an individual have to take possession of myself in strength of mind body and soul I must depict a strong character full of essence and honor and demonstrate that I am an exclusive and very unique being that is irreplaceable I will take control of my life and actions and determine my own destiny The improvement of many situations starts within ones self and in the home By taking the vital step of inner development maturity and responsibility will guide every other decision in my life because of that concrete foundation By my vow to
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