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Our world is filled with approximately 6973738433 individuals When I say individuals I mean human beings people people who are capable of feeling changing and creating We have been present since the beginning the present and will be in the future What is to be of our future though When we look at the people who fill our world today we see a change occurring change that is ripping apart morals I believe that there is an international issue of people in todays world and the generations to come are losing their humanity and the hold that unites the world as one Seven months ago I was a normal junior in High School I had homework was working on my FFA activities working and enjoying softball season Everyday I had softball practice afterschool My team and I would always be challenged with certain activities but have fun at the same time We loved it After practice we would simply lay down on the bleachers with tired sore muscles as we waited for our parents to take us back to our lonely beds at our homes One day it was just the Varsity Shortstop from softball and I waiting for our rides home We were talking about school giggling at jokes and simply enjoying each others company We then began to converse about the world people and the generations to come She then said something that would echo in my mind for months There really is no hope you know Everything is just bad like the kids and stuff so why should we even care We cant do anything For real like one person doing something I dont care what anybody says you need a big group of people to do something You see the kids in our school everything is just going to be bad and probably get worseTo be truthful I was really astounded at first I really didnt know what to say
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