The Importance Of Symbolism In Singapore Society

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Mahatma Gandhi, the man who led the Indian independence movement against British rule, once said, “You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty.” Although there are many unfortunate incidents that are happening all around the world until now, but we should always remain hopeful for a better future. Abolishment of something is defined as to completely do away with the certain practice or law, according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary. However, if I had the power to abolish to abolish three things in my Singapore society, they would be, firstly, the discrimination of people. Secondly, I would also like to put the whole idea of terrorism and extremities to a stop so that the country would be a peaceful place for all of us to live in. Lastly, I want to abolish poverty in general in the society. This essay shall discuss further why the mentioned aspects are needed to be abolished in the society to make it a better one. Firstly, I would like to abolish the discrimination of people in the country. Discrimination is very evident in Singapore, ranging from race discrimination to discrimination of the LGBT community. This is a very current issue that even the government is also trying to keep it to the very minimum. For example, based on a survey conducted by the Straits Times about 70% of the people in the survey agreed that being in a majority race in Singapore is indeed an advantage. On another

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