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Growing up in Todays World Its tough enough being a teenager in todays world without the temptations of drugs sex and violence but in the year 2000 this is what the adolecents face We face more obstacles and trials and tribulations than teens faced twenty or thirty years ago There is more sexual content on todays televisions more violence in todays school and more peer pressure to try all sortsof new drugs Yet it seems the youth of today have acomplished more We are chess champions graduates of college star athletes crucial holders of our countrys economic wealth multi-millionaire entrepreneurs and Grammy-award winning entertainers Most of these had at one time a direct correlation with only adults But our current society has taught us to be strong independent young go-getters who fight for what we believe in This independence and strong-will was started and nutured when we were children probably by loved ones such as parents and grandparents and ministers and teachers They encouraged us to play educational games and read By the time we got a little older we were inspired to compete or participate in activities to expand our minds or maybe to keep us out of trouble such as playing a musical instrament or participating in a sport or attending class in computers I saw this poem on the internet and it reminded me of those special people that helped me through my childhood I would like to read it to you KIDS Are the kids the only ones who see the knots that tie in the family tree What is not What could be but not one person not just me Kids may have little spines but they have full minds Full of hope Fame and Glory Happiness and Joy A sublime story But in what day will you see Kids make up you and me How long will it be Until you
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