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Thick smog hovers over the cities like a blanket waiting to suffocate whatever is within its reach People pass each other on the streets with cold eyes and frowns instead of smiles Crime drugs and violence are interwoven in the daily city routines Feelings of despair hopelessness and fright permeate the air Ten or twenty years from now this could be the typical scene in society if todays generation does not work for a better tomorrow According to Dorothy Day No one has the right to sit down and feel hopeless Theres too much to do For my generation the most essential part of the work to do is to build a brighter future for the generations to come The fist step that must be taken is for everyone to work together to nurture and achieve this common goal A brighter future can only exist to those who believe there is something better to come One job that we must tackle is to instill a sense of hope and peace in all people so that they may live without fear Fright or despair about the future must be eliminated Our generation must keep active in both school and the local community Education is the beginning of the long journey in which one learns to care for others and work together peacefully Clubs fund-raisers and activities that have their core in school often reach beyond the school walls Many times students volunteer their time to make food for a local homeless shelter and some even as far to serve this food themselves Fund-raisers also provide blankets clothing and bare necessities for those less fortunate than we Providing these services initiates good on both sides Those in need are given hope that society still cares and that there can be a brighter future Our generation in turn gains a sense of self-satisfaction and value Even though we are merely teenagers our contributions have a great impact on
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