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Todays society has become completely corrupt Our world as we know it will forever be flawed through sin and insolence We as a human race have become intolerable of other people and their rituals or beliefs Happiness seems as though it is a thing that is earned and not given The pursuit of happiness is a priority higher than life or God People are into drugs and alcohol and others things because it can fulfill a yearning for excitement and can provide a short time of complete stress relief I think this world can only become worse without the help of the next generations to make some changes People need to strengthen their faith and fully rely on the Father in Heaven We need something to completely trust in and know how to handle difficult situations with the help of an all-knowing guide Through prayer and song and wishing we can fulfill our own need for a sense of belonging Teenagers are acting completely in the wrong way and through frustrations are making the wrong decisions in life in whether or not they will be able to see adulthood or even live long enough to be given the chance to decide what activities they might want to part take in All I can say is that I am going to try my hardest to become the part of successful society and learn to live and love and trust those around me We must learn that we cannot open out hearts to widely for something harmful might find its way in but we must cautiously open our hearts and eyes to truly see what the world holds for us We as a people must learn to tolerate other races and their beliefs for they too might be struggling with the amazement that we are filled with in how so many other people may be completely different from us
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