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Will what we have come to love ruin us I believe this statement to be true the things that we value and pursue will destroy us As time goes on in the world this idea is becoming even more valid Eventually our society will end up much like the society in the book Brave New World In most ways are world is becoming worse but in some ways it is also becoming better In our society today what we love will come to ruin us In todays society we value materialistic things and not things that are important most of all we value money which is power and time which is us not wanting to waste it on working for anything The world now revolves around money in the view of society if you have no money then you have nothing Peoples lives are becoming an endless pursuit of money and happiness We are becoming more greedy and selfish as time goes on We want materialistic things that really dont mean anything instead of things that are whats really important And even with all the things that we want people still are to lazy to actually work for what they want we want everything for nothing We value money cars and mansions but what people dont realize is that a nice car doesnt do much more than a crappy one and a mansion is a waste of space that does nothing more than a nice little home We should stop worrying about ourselves once we get to a certain point and use what we have to help in this way everyone would be happy People should still keep their nice mansions if they want but just help out a little too and not focus so much on themselves In todays society technology is one factor that is a cause of people being so lazy Technology is growing at ever increasing rate even though thats a
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