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We Are the Future In an age where the phrase Youve got mail is second nature and the infinite stretches of knowledge on the information highway are only a click away we have to stop to think What are we doing Where are we going If there are problems how do we solve them There are three main points Id like to present to you and would like to share my opinion with you First and foremost if the world expects us to deal with social environmental and political problems how do we know what they are and what to do about them Secondly our generation needs to plan and organize to place itself in a better position to make decisions in our daily lives We cant let computers do everything and let human interaction go to waste Third and lastly in my personal opinion I believe that service to community will help us strengthen the bonds of confidence and fill the gaps of age between my generation and yours Lets take the first main point Riots fascists discrimination robberies poverty school violence alcohol drug and physical abuse just to name a few Many of these problems have been have only been attempted to be resolved Some of them will remain until a meteor falls from the sky Humanity and our generation need to know these things The reality is that were only beginning to notice what is happening to our society Immersed in makeshift fashions one-week death diets and a constant reminder that this is only the beginning are what keep us from accomplishing things Solution Currently none at the moment Were too busy pretending to discover rocks too tired to get up and change the channels manually and undecided on whether we should colonize Mars and search for aliens or stay here and go out with friends to a movie on Saturday night Secondly where communication
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