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Dan Barfield says
Jim Miller says
Many problems arise from improper communication.
Tom Ware says
There's so much budget on war rather than rehabilitation.
Faith A Mullen says
That's so true.
Mrs Jil Manning says
Interpersonal connection is getting weaker.
Plus, it also takes just one person to wreak havoc.
No one's to blame but us. The world has survived for millions of years without us.
Beata Stasak says
There's only 24 hours a day. We must use it wisely.
Roland Adala says
I agree and disagree. I agree a parent being f/t at home raises a better child. I disagree about not having both parents work. I worked (I'm a single mom) but I also stayed home f/t - because I ran my business from home. Best of both worlds for us.
I'm pretty sure I mentioned the one parent working part time, but if not I apologize. There's nothing wrong with one full time and one part-time or working at home but two f/t is too much:)
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that's definitely a huge chunk of the problem.
Terry A. Kennedy says
We all have choices. The right ones can make a difference, while the bad one can be detrimental to many.
Romel Tarroza says
Plus it's a mix between politics, policies, industrialization and just plain human apathy.
Welcome to the world of commercialization.
Li Galo says
The environment is really taking a beating because of our own doing.
Aashish sinha says
The world can not provide for every man's greed.
Dani Storm says
Of course every side thinks that what they are doing is right and the other one is wrong. it's just sad that differences of opinion can cost lives.
we are social beings and we need to interact and to an extent care for others.