Dealing With Disintegration

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According to Merriam Webster, the definition of Order is the arrangement or disposition of people or things in relation to each other according to a particular sequence, pattern, or method. In other words, it is when everything thing is in the right place and is functioning well. The opposite of that would be disintegration. Many countries are trying to establish order, while others already have order and are trying to keep. Other countries, however, are barely holding on and are heading into a period of disintegration, for example, our country: The US. Our society is battling with disintegration, and disintegration is winning. Primarily, other countries are advanced/advancing in areas like education. Countries like Finland, Australia, Iceland, and Singapore have the highest education, while America is ranked average. Schools subjects in those countries would probably be considered much harder for students living in the United States. As for me, I grew up going to school in West Africa, but after coming…show more content…
Philosopher George Santayana quotes “ Those who do not learn history are doomed to repeat it.” In my opinion, that seems to be the case now. World war II started with two countries, Britain and Germany, then eventually, the world got involved. Now, the US and North Korean might be the ones to foment another world war. With the nuclear bomb issue going on, a war can easily erupt. Also, in the past, we had a great recession that turned into the Great Depression, that also is around the corner. Other issues that we think we have gotten rid of such as discrimination, racism, and inequality are not completely gone. We are still facing many issues that are just being disregarded and need to be resolved. For example, there has been many shootings in Charlottesville, with police officers shooting unarmed black individuals for no reason; also the Black Lives Matter movement is very similar to the Civil Rights
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