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Slowly Progressing Backward 738 Words It would be ludicrous to think that every man woman and child has complete freedom today in our democracy We are plagued by crime ignorance and political injustice every day and a lot of us are unaware about our surroundings I am writing this essay on a computer that needed en-ergy burned by fossil fuels to be made I eat processed food which creates massive amounts of waste for our Earth to take care of Many of us believe our way of life is easier than it was years ago In many cases it is however we fail to see the consequences brought forth by our need to make life easier To much freedom has brought about sedentary lifestyles where machines do the thinking and the work for us I saw a television commercial where people paid money to breathe clean air and those were short a dime remained breathless We live in a so called free country but paying to grab a quick breath of air is not my idea of freedom Those who were less fortunate would have to live confined to their own homes just to survive And those who were homeless would not survive at all in a world that has non-breathable air People are sponges We soak up information and are brainwashed into making life easier The easier life gets the more destruction we give to the Earth Our lakes and forests are dying Acid rain has made these ecosystems unable to support life Rainforests are being cut down for cattle ranching and farmland As we cut the forest down we could be losing valuable resources that have not yet been found Despite all of this corruption we continue to write to our e-mail pals we dine at fast food restaurants and we drive our fast cars All seems well for now but well be very very
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