Question of the Day – No. 122

What change would you like to see in the world?

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  1. I would like to the stupid wars end forever. We can live together in peace and harmony if we wanted to. Lets get rid of those warmongers and bring in caring, loving, understanding compassionate thoughtful peaceful leaders.

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    1. I agree that we need peaceful alternatives to war for solving conflicts. In addition to people who have died in wars, there have been such terrible injuries, such as one soldier who suffered from a severe brain injury, paralysis and blindness in a war. No one should have to suffer that.

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      1. That’s true! Since genocide is often linked to racism, I think that diversity training from a young age could possibly reduce that, but that’s a vague guess, since I don’t yet know much as I’d like about political things, etc. I need to do more research about those things.

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      2. Diversity Training is a great idea. I am from Canada and our Country was founded by immigrants who built things and started farming and more for the greater good for all. Politics plays a huge part in all this.

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  2. This is a hard question because there are hundreds of things I could think of. War should be a word that we have to look up because we don’t know the definition. Everyone on the planet should have food to eat, clean water to drink and a roof over their head. I would like the world to stop using oil. Stop over fishing the oceans. Stop killing animals for food. Stop making up reasons to hate other people. Oh you have a pink sweater and mine is blue so we need to be moral enemies. I want people to embrace other people, other cultures and ways of life. People cry they want everyone to be like them but really? If we were all exactly the same it would be so dull. I could keep going but you get the point.

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    1. Yes, I got the point. The fact is that we are not the same so the desire for everyone to be like everyone is stupid. It’s like wanting for a lizard to be the same as a snake just because they’re both reptiles.

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  3. I would LOVE to see mental health being taught in the schooling systems at a young age. I think it would make such a difference to teach people early on about self-care and taking care of brain health just as much as physical health.

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  4. I would like to see more people getting along. I hate mess and people talking about one another, fighting, or wanting to end someone’s life. I would like to see more love and unity among people from every race, background, religious affiliation, or political preferences.

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  5. Education, better parenting and self-awareness.

    The reason being that there isn’t enough love, empathy, kindness, gratitude, peace (the list goes on forever) around in this world, is either due to wrongly being informed about something (hence not being educated enough), a complete f**** up upbringing or a complete lack of knowing what is rationally good for you and others, and what is not.

    Cool question! 🙂

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  6. I would like to see the money value placed on some professions changed. People whom have careers / jobs that save other lives should have a higher value in society. Instead if you are a movie star or a sports star you get paid millions for doing what? Saving lives? and yes they probably do good in donating etc but really is acting more important than saving lives. Sorry , I know that a lot of people will not agree with me on this.

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    1. I agree with you that people with careers/jobs that save lives should be paid more than they are now. I don’t know what to say about actors and sports stars. They are paid so high because they’re impacting lives from a psychological point of view. Even though we cannot even compare the importance because it’s pretty obvious, the stars are impacting a very high number of people and probably that’s why they are paid more. Also, stars are paid almost directly by the people because they buy tickets, but doctors and so on are paid by the employer which is trickier. We live in a strange world.

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