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If We Lived In A Perfect World

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The world that we live in today is far from perfect. We read in the papers every day about war, terrorism, famine, genocide, violence, pollution, hatred and sorrow. It is our natural human instinct to believe that things are going to get better but it seems that each day the world actually gets worse and if we look back in history it doesn't seem like things were much better, we only have to look back to the genocide in Rwanda or the Holocaust in Europe during the late 1930's and early 40's. In this essay I am going to describe what I view as a "perfect world" and how things would be and the way they would be run.In my perfect world each child will be born into a household where everything will be taken care of including food, shelter and education. Each child will then be brought up in a healthy living environment. The child will then begin his or her education, which will be fully paid for, the child will complete a tertiary education and will be fully qualified to pursue any career they want to because there will be no excess of manpower in any field.When the child finishes school he or she will only have to work in their career to get extras in life like luxuries and additional comforts. They will not have to work for their survival (like our current world) because the law of the world will have taken care of their basic needs from birth till death. This means that people will also work because they enjoy what they are doing and are not doing it just to survive.When the child decides to settle down and start a family they will have no difficulty in finding the perfect spouse, after their marriage the two will have to find a house, the house will be paid for by the...

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