Tuesday, May 6, 2008

World Changes: What if . . .?

If you could change one thing in the world today, what would it be? Personally, I'd encourage people to be more caring of others and think less of themselves. In my opinion, many of the world's problems deal with selfishness and neglecting the needs of others.

So, what do you think about this topic?

Randall

3 comments:

  1. I saw a movie called "Pay It Forward". The movie is a story of a boy whose mother has two part-time jobs and divorced.One day, his teacher asks how we can change the world. The boy answers that we can change the world if we help at least one or two person. That person will help one or two other person and it goes on and on. To test his hypothesis, he brings a poor guy on the street to their home and gives him food and a place for sleeping. he tries to help his mother, teacher and people around. Although he scares of some annoying boys at school, he tries to fight with them to save his friend. while fighting, he is stabbed and killed. But, his teacher, his mother and the poor guy finally understand that the value of helping each other and they also try to help others.
    I believe in this idea if we help at least one or two person, we can change the world.

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  2. If I could, I would like to fill fresh water up all the rivers and lakes of the world. Everybody in the world have clean water to drink, no animal die because dehydration. Every inch of land can be irrigated by fresh water and our world is full of forests, grasslands, and fertile farmlands. People never worry their drink and food. They will live happy fully for ever.
    J.S. Canada

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  3. If I could change one thing I'd change the way of buy things. It would be the seller who should pay money to the buyer instead of paying money to him. By doing that it would prevent the hanger crisis and save people's lives. As the man in the old proverb said if the poverty were man I would kill him

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Thanks for posting a comment. I appreciate your interesting in sharing your ideas.

Best,

Randall