Changing for the bettter!

Topics: Drug, Poverty, Illegal drug trade Pages: 3 (1035 words) Published: November 13, 2013
Changing for the better!
Living in today’s society and world could be like riding a roller coaster. Some people are happy and enjoy their lives, while others struggle every day and feel depressed. Most people are afraid of changes in their lives, even if it would be to help better themselves or others. Sometimes I feel that things will never change in our world for the good, but only get worse. I strongly believe that the upcoming generations play a crucial role in changing our world; even though it is us individuals as grownups that influences these young generations to become and act the way that they do. If it was possible I would change and put an end to a lot of things going on in this world and especially my community. If I had the power to change three things in the world or in my community they would be to recognize God more in our lives, stop the use of illegal drugs, and end poverty. The first step I believe to bettering our world would be to become closer with God. Individuals turn themselves away from God, putting him last at everything they do. Instead of seeking help to better themselves through God, individuals search the internet. I believe to be able to live a good life you need to obey Gods rules, like you would your parents, and try to live right. I feel if everyone lived for God and did right that the world wouldn’t be in the situations it is now. I chose this issue because at one point in my life I did put God to the side. Sure enough, soon after pushing God away my life went downhill very quickly. When I finally realized that I needed Gods love and strength back in my life, things started to turn around for the better. Society has already taken God out of schools, for example the pledge of allegiance, along with not being able to pray anymore during school. Now society is trying to take God out of the Court Systems. Some states have even already taken down the ten commandment plaques, which are hung in every court room. People often tend...
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