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The world is in peril What used to be a lush peaceful planet unmarred by Mans cruel hands is now a filthy shadow of her former splendour Carnage litters the land smog thickens the already polluted atmosphere Slowly but surely life on Earth is being snuffed out like a candle in a breeze I feel that the only way we can arrest this devastating trend is for Man to discard his image of superiority and treat all other creatures be they winged finned or otherwise with utmost respect Instead of harnessing our knowledge in technology to invent new weapons and machines which only serve to destroy Mother Natures precious gifts we as the new generation should join hands to create a better world for all life Who are we to dictate which animals should die and which should be allowed to live What rights do we have to judge an animal as good or bad How can we presume ourselves superior to animals to meddle with their genes to don Gods mantle Indeed what rights have we to assume our superiority over all other creatures We are but animals as well albeit more intelligent ones but that is not equivalent to superior standing The assumption that we are superior is itself a sacrilege We are all created equal so we should respect all life From the tiny inchworms to the towering redwood trees we are all part of Earths vibrant ecosystem Racial strife and war seem to infiltrate every society in this world where mere children murder their compatriots The unfortunate minority who happen to be born a wrong colour or speak a different tongue can only face a lifetime of persecution and torment If Man cannot even respect his own brothers how can he be expected to love and respect the Earth he brutally exploits In a war-torn country citizens are mowed down by enemy soldiers breaking international laws but does
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