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It can be said It is a natural human desire to seek power the majority of people crave for power even though they may not admit it Power can be divided into 3 main groups culture political power and the power of human beings I would like to explain what power is in my own opinion Power is a word from which many meanings derive To each individual it means something distinct and it is what makes people who they are An example can be a gun A gun can do nothing without someone there to pull the trigger The power to take a life rests within the person the gun is simply just a tool Having power means to have strength wealth It allows you too influence others and be respected Yes it is an addiction but sometimes it is abused The Dangers of power can be death war and discontent are some outcomes when abusing power Sometimes power can mean restriction Sometimes power can mean weakness A man with power doesnt mean hes invincible Although power is considered a benefit it is also a problem People who possess power not only use it but carry a great responsibility with it as well This responsibility applies to all power and it is important to understand that power is not always on a grand scale Throughout the world there are many diverse cultures each of these distinct cultures have different backgrounds rituals and practices These cultures have profound effect on the minds of their inhabitants It is a persons culture which affects their thoughts beliefs and their outlook upon life It does not matter where you are from or where you go to you always have a piece of your culture with you wherever you are It is your cultural heritages and background which molds your mind and your thoughts of how you perceive the world around you
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