We live in a broken world!
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Yes we live in a broken world, where, there is not love not trust!
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Yes we live in a broken world, where, there is neither love nor trust!
We all know that in today's life, way of living is getting more modern and it separates us from our beloveds.
We are near to families but we are so far from them!
For example, Families living in Europe and America are not longer united! when the child is born they take care of them till 18 years and they pay a lot of their time and love to them for growing them, but when they reach 18 years of age they leave their parent, and the poor parents, living alone struggling all the problems, and bad times.
Parents are being taken to loneliness and they enjoy their own life, it all has a cause! they never loved their parents so their children wont love them either, though this customs being carried forward generation to generation.
We are near to families but we are so far from them! we all live in the technological world where there is no love and sharing, we think that we have many friends on Facebook or other social networks, that we chat with them and share with them, although we are alone! actually we value those friends who are unknown to us but we forget about love and sharing with our own families, because each family member is unique and they are once in our lives, though we should care about them and share our love with them to build the world and strengthen our relationships!
Believe it or not, there are signs that the world is slowly getting better despite of bombing and crimes around the world.
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Rebuttals: Some families are actually broken, but not all. Europe and America are only two out out of a total of seven continents, so referring to just these two won't make the 'world' broken. Take the place, where I live for example (I currently reside in Taiwan). The children are not allowed to leave their parents behind when they already have a proper job. The government obliges them to visit their parents at least a couple times in a whole month. In this way,families stay together. I also believe that there are more families that stay together compared to the total of broken ones.
In what way does the technology separates us to our families? It is made for communication, and for improvement. These days communications just got better.
We have friends on facebook and we gain them, because from time to time, we meet new people as each day passes, and we add them as our friends on facebook so we can get in touch, and get to know more about each other. Having friends on facebook does not mean that we are actually 'friends' in real life. We aren't alone, and if we are, that does not make the world 'broken' at all.
How do you 'value those friends who are unknown to us'? Is that even possible? How did we become friends if they are unknown?People do not forget about 'love and sharing with our families', because if we do, all of our parents are probably dead by now. But there are people who still live in their 60th year because we actually care for them. We do not leave our parents' side even if they're old.
Love, trust, generosity and friendship still remains in this world.
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...So I guess you believe me now?...
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Vote Placed by Zarroette 1 year ago
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