Three Things I Would Change in the World

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Three Things I Would Change About the World

In today’s society there is so much that I want to change about the world but just don’t have the means or power to do so. So when asked what I would change about the world I had to think very hard about which ones I thought were the most important. The problems that I found were the most important were the one’s that had a rising effect in our society today. The problems that I would change about the world if I could are prejudice, the fear of war, and the pollution humans create on Earth. I will discuss these problems and some ways that we can start to make a step towards change for the better in our world.

When I started to think about things that needed to be changed
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We are conscious of many more, and there are probably others that we are not aware of. If we do not start taking them seriously soon it will be too late, if it is not already. We need to reevaluate our priorities and plan for the future. There are little things you can do every day to stop this pollution which includes spending less time in your car. Start car pooling, walking or taking public transit. Try to improve your fuel economy by avoiding accelerating quickly, braking hard and driving at high speeds, particularly when in heavy traffic.

There are many things you could do to change the world today, these are just a few that I believe were the most important rising problems in our society. I think the most important thing to reflect upon before changing the world is ourselves. We need to learn how to love and appreciate one another. We need to learn how to respect the environment around us. In doing so I believe that we will change the world and make it a better place. “You must be the change you wish to see in the world.” –

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