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Perfect Paradise As Aaron rode home from his duty of accounting he sat back on the sky-tram and thought about what his next weeks duty would be In Paradise work or a job was not an aspect of life All citizens - man or woman over the age of eighteen was sent into training to learn and perform different duties to keep the island going Aaron was on his fourth level of training he had decided that he would not continue on to the fifth or sixth level Aaron had no desire to learn to be a doctor or scientist which were a couple of duties taught at those levels At each level the islanders are taught at least three and up to seven duties depending on each individuals preference Next week Aarons duty would be in the finance department at the diamond management center It would be seven hour shifts instead of the normal six hour shifts but he actually did not mind The only aspect of the financing duty that Aaron did not like was that he would have to ride an extra twenty minutes a day on the sky-tram but at least he would have a friend to ride with there His friend Andy also worked at the diamond management center Andy was working in the lawn and landscaping duties this week but next week he would be working in the trash pick-up at the center Aaron stepped off the sky-tram which was basically a subway about thirty feet in the air and rode the escalator down to ground level No cars were permitted in Paradise Conserving the environment was very important Only a few ambulances were permitted for emergencies Planes were permitted though for the imports and exports to the island and boats for the pleasure of the Brooks 2 islanders Aaron only had a short walk to his home which he shared with his
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