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Building the Future I am writing this because I feel there is something I must pass on a terrific contagion that has the potential to change the world I have experienced something quite beautiful and I want to ensure that others receive that same blessing I am talking about optimism not in the sense of believing everything will be fine and we should just sit back or in the sense of believing everyone will work selflessly toward common goals I am talking about a profound awe at the possibilities afforded us by the universe the future I do not believe one should live for the future live for today and you live for today and tomorrow but one of lifes greatest pleasures is in overcoming obstacles and solving problems so it follows that in solving the problems of today we create a better future for everyone I say that problems such as pollution poverty world hunger oppression and anything else you can think of can be solved perhaps it is youthful idealism but for what purpose do the young become idealistic other than to provide the world with a new outlook and ideas to create their future If we restrict ourselves by claiming that something is impossible what do we gain If it is and we try to find a solution not even at the implementation stage what do we lose Ideas are free they cost us nothing and give us so much they are the first step to creation Ideas are the first step on the road to solving problems and all you need to do to get them is to think For instance if I wished to end world hunger a huge task never before successfully tried so firstly I might think that the past is a bad place to look for a solution because it is a problem never solved So where do we look well although the past wont give
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