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The world is becoming increasingly smaller and smaller The worlds population is now at six billion The worlds cities are getting larger and larger At least two cities Mexico City and Sao Paulo have almost 30 million inhabitants In this context one could say that a gift of land is the greatest gift of all Land is perhaps the most permanent thing in the world Unlike diamonds which really have little value in and of themselves land actually has great value Unlike televisions and cars land cannot be destroyedif you remove land there is still more land under it In this context I will discuss what I would do were I given some land as a gift It will be necessary however to discuss four things first First it is necessary to establish the size of the land Second we need to know where the land is Third the topography of the land is important Finally the weather in the location is fundamental For the purposes of this essay I will assume that I have received a rather large parcel of land it is a gift right in a temperate climate with four seasons I will assume that the land is fairly flat Most importantly I will assume that this land is mine and that I have control over the land ie that no other government controls the land Having grown up in a rather poor family I think I would be quite excited about receiving some land I have never owned anything of any great value and to own some land would be a wonderful thing for me For a long time it has been a dream of mine to be able to build a beautiful house for my mother My mother is still living in poverty and it saddens me to think of her living in that situation She often does not have enough money to use the heat in the
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