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People in this country are not alert of what is going on around them and are on schedules There are also people that make promises but they do not keep them I believe that people should be more alert pay attention and keep their promises If people start paying attention and keep their promises it would cause us to have lessfewer problems when things go wrong The number one modern dilemma is that everybody makes promises and breaks them In a book called And of Clay Are We Created the president of the US made a big lie in front of thousands of people telling the little girl he would make sure there was going to be a pump sent to them then he left and never thought about it again I think believe that if a person you makes a promise to a someone person you should keep it When people do not keep their promises it causes big problems and if it was very important you might lose your friendship The second modern dilemma is that everybody is into his or her job They spend too much time worrying about what they have to do and when they have to do it They should spend more time with family and friends or helping people In the story the is a reporter named Rolf Carl went to the scene of the little girl stuck in the mud and felt like stop doing his report on her and decided to help instead He was the only one actually helped her besides the doctor I wished that everybody in this world acted like that a little bit betterThey should spend more time with family and friends or helping people The third modern dilemma is alertness of the people and their surroundings There are people out there that overhear or see something that could harm many people but they are too afraid to or just do
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