Exemplification Essay: Repairing The World

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“It is the neglect of timely repair that makes rebuilding necessary.” (Richard Whatley) The phrase “Repairing the World” offers motivation for improvement in social justice work for some people, and for others, that phrase is overused and so little understood as to be meaningless. Obviously, there is an abundance of luminosity and grandeur in the world, but in spite of its beauties and wonderments, it still has its tribulations. Repairing, protecting, rectifying, and altering the world are extremely important priorities, but first before anything is done, the personalities of many people need to change. Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing themselves. Evidently, the human nature is unchangeable, but human nurture…show more content…
This world is suffering serious environmental consequences, it is plagued with wars and violence. So what can be done about that? Many people think that teenagers are immature, and they do not have a voice when it comes to changing or repairing the world. Speaking as a teenager, we do have a voice that could change the world. Naturally, there needs to be love and positivity to repair the world and there is not enough of neither. Doing little things such as smiling and doing random acts of kindness can spread enough happiness. Spending time with more and new people can make many peoples days. However, the most important change this world needs is the elimination of discrimination. Even with rules in place, many people fall in discrimination. Encouraging each other to respect each other 's differences and being there for each other can have a really substantial effect on society. Looking at everyone as equal and going above and beyond to support those who feel discriminated will help and benefit the surroundings. “It is often easier to become outraged by injustice half a world away than by oppression and discrimination half a book from home.” (Carl T. Rowan) Everyone must be more aware of discrimination and not utter anything derogatory about anyone as it relates to things outside their
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