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The Human Race And Survival Essay

1353 words - 6 pages

One of the most significant issues in the world is having to pay for what is necessary and when it should be free. People should be able to have what they need to survive for free. Rather than modernize everything others should think about slowing down unnecessary researches, and start thinking about upgrade a kind of survival plan that benefits everyone.
Since food is a must, people should sacrifice in life to receive what is needed. People should organized plans to help others, and be more alert to what should be done to prepare a much more simple life. Give others opportunity to learn or to work on something that could be worth it to all societies. Working together is one ...view middle of the document...

It's very likely that the resources of today may no longer be available in a century. But consider the resources available today that were not available a century before. As stated before, we are an adaptable species, and when one window of resources closes, it's likely that other windows to be open.
New technology will only make things even more comfortable, but will also make things even less human. People is what makes this world, and people is what should be more respected. Society should be aware that each person is similar to the other and judging will only makes life diverge from its original plan. Mankind in every corner of the globe needs to cease its current way of daily operations or nature will do it and people will have no choice but be bystanders in their own lives and will sit back and watch nature reclaim what is hers. By all means this is not a scenario people would like to see end out but a logical one, and it is clear that the efforts of all the countries together on the planet, some more others less, the past 100 years have caused more damage to the earth than have been caused the past ten million years. This is a wakeup call for all, and it will be too late before there are nothing that can be done. The future is the children and people need to focus to make it a better place for all tomorrow before there is no tomorrow. During every time and age people sacrifice something, but it was sacrificed the wrong way and the time to sacrifice is now, for there will be nothing left in a couple of 100 years, so aspire mankind to be around in those times in need to obtain the necessary elements to live. If it means losing some or even most of personal comforts. People need to change their lifestyle, and to have the approval of every country, every corporation, every company and every individual living in order to be united and together to make our planet a better place for all.
Frankly, the human race no matter how smart a person may appear lack the discipline or prudence to care about the next generation. Humans are so egocentric. It is always about the current days survival with little attention to the long term allusion. People repeat history all the time and justify their discretion to benefit themselves. People should reduce the decision-making power of entities to make a short step forward. This means that companies or individuals who would benefit from economically destructive businesses or from combat technologies must not have the only say in a plan matter. Reduce global misery. There are millions if not billions of people in the world who suffer poverty, hunger and disease due to curable, solvable problems. A person with nothing to lose will do almost anything. We need to concentrate on serving the poorest among us to keep the world from descending into chaos. Increase global justice....

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