We Are All Important Essay

616 words - 2 pages

It is very common that people sometimes forget how important we all are to society. It seems like we only care about ourselves. What we do, how much money we earn seems more important than anything else. One thing I have learned and think of it as the most important value of life is not to underestimate people. We are important no matter what we do.
Domestics, teachers and even those people who collect garbage have an important job as any surgeon architect and lawyer. Just imagine if the garbage decided to go on a strike. What would be the outcome of their decision? It is simply unimaginable that such an erratic behavior due to the lack of appreciation to their job! If you ever heard the saying of Ulysses S.Grant”Labor disgraces no one; unfortunately, you occasionally find men who disgraces labor” Here starts the problem where you start thinking “Why they don’t appreciate their job as labors?” Let me explain to you the issues causes this problem by using the garbage man as the labor who wakes up at the sunshine to work 16 hours a day.
You as a citizen walk or drive in the roads of your country you see men picking up rubbish from the roads which we citizens threw! I guess now you are asking yourself. Why they are to pick what we threw? Allow me to describe to you the road or even the city will look like; paper bags, chips packs flying here and there, approximately anything which can pollute the fresh air thus you will get sick. Now you can imagine our life without those people who risk their life for keeping our roads, cities, even the whole country capable of providing us good sights, clean air...

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