Thursday, June 15, 2017

[English]- "Expressive Writing: Why are young people focused on fighting?"

Why are young people focused on fighting?

Fighting, arguing… whatever you want to describe it as. Definition of fighting, is the action of violence, caused by discrimination, aggression, in which all decreases our limitations… of striving to succeed. Power doesn’t come from the hate and anger that strives within us, it comes from the will of hope, the hope that withstands our need of helping our friends and family. Witnessing the lives of others who see life without a definition is an experience that I’ve encountered many times throughout my life. If you’re reading this, wondering what it’s like of people causing violence, well it’s almost as if you were to be watching, ‘animals’ willing to overcome the fear of being “afraid,” and stand up in a negative way.
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Have you ever felt pain, as if you were to be feeling wounded, not just physically, but mentally & emotionally… well you may or may of have not noticed, that everyone & anyone, can feel pain. The moment that you hear and feel the excruciating pain, streaming upon your bones and flesh, you have experienced something that some of us have in common, anxiety, stress, fear of something that may decrease your reputation. Now this may be a big problem for the majority of us as ‘human beings,’ in which is gaining pressure upon ourselves and from others, such as your friends and maybe your siblings, but especially your friends. This pressure is well-known to be called, ‘peer-pressure.’ Peer-pressure can lead to bad decisions, as it is a cause that informs you to choose to do the wrong thing, at the wrong time and in the wrong place. There are times that your friends or siblings may tell you to do this, do that… but ideally think that it is wise to follow a well-known quote, said by Oprah Winfrey herself, “Only surround yourself with people who will lift you higher.”  

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