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The Olympic Games still Capture the Gold It is a shame the Olympic Games last only one month every two years The Olympic Spirit represents all that is good in the world The games have set the standard in addition to athletic excellence for global harmony It is inspiring to see the fans who attend and the spirit of the athletes that continue to compete in the face of a fundamentally insecure environment and an insecure world The Olympic Games are a celebration of world-wide pride fair international competition and human excellence made possible through cultural unity The Olympic Spirit is resiliant and really does live within ordinary people The Olympic games are about humanitys best put forward on the field of competitive play However what is more important is the dimension of heart that is placed in all of this Hearts swell with pride not only when their own country excels or wins but when anyone from anywhere with a strange face or unfamiliar language puts forth the best he or she has to offer This worldly pride this moment of cultural unity sets a good example if only for one month every two years It allows stereotypical views of others to fade and the power of love and peace to grow within many human beings It is unfortunate that the Games as always inevitabley commence and reality sets back in The world does not have countries showing love and support for one another Instead these countries bomb kill forget and wage war against their fellow man Admist all this mess it is plain to see the Olympics provide a sense of hope This cultural gathering shows us that the human race can work together and if they did all the time the Olympic Games could one day be a microcosm of reality Athletes are asked to take the following oath prior to participating in
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