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Have you ever wondered what controls this world around us? Why certain things happen while others do not? What it is that drives particular events to occur on earth and others to not? Today I am going to discuss this very subject.

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Have you ever wondered what controls this world around us? Why certain things happen while others do not? What it is that drives particular events to occur on earth and others to not? Today I am going to discuss this very subject. This world is full of so many opportunities. Then why is it that some people did not have any at all. What made one human different from another, causing one to suffer while another prospered? What is the root to the apparent inequalities on earth? I came to the conclusion that the way people compete over money and power is where the difficulty lies. ...read more.

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Does this behaviour not seem similar to the way in which politicians scramble to exploit various resources or to take advantage of a particular circumstance? These leaders have only there countries well being in mind. However, their actions symbolise what we want to be done. We are the ones who apparently chose them. We are the ones that tolerate and in doing so encourage their actions. We in the end are the root of the problem. As a consequence, regions such as Africa have the highest levels of endemicity in the world while pharmaceutical companies in the west are concerned with drugs for such ornamental things as hair retention, or weight loss. ...read more.

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When you open up this world everything just fades away to a single focus. No longer are you distracted by minor things, and this natural forest-like competition in you fades away. Through this perspective the bigger picture becomes clearer. With this mood, humanity can blossom, and we as a human race can begin to witness our own actions more purely. Greed is the seed for suffering fed energy by the sun which is life. However love can consume this energy for a greater purpose. With that I will conclude. I hope you can take something out of my talk. I would also love to hear more opinions on this topic. I have just attempted to try and describe the way I see things. However, everybody misses things, and only when we collaborate do we get a more complete idea. ...read more.

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