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I heard alot of this in the 60's but most found that it is not that clear and that sucees and the welfare of the nation depends on people both working and taking responsibility. Often times the so called environmental movement has doen more hram thqan good. its a matter of choices we all make in our lifes. In fact our choice and our dedicatio to the well being of our famles is drirectly related to our struggle to survive and achieve as always. There are people who do and those that talk as always.IUt ceertainly will not be the work of those that choose to let others achieve and do the work. That leads to dependence and unhappiness really and often self destructive behavior from feeling of worthlessness or blaming others to con the self.Its written by a 20 year old who has liitle experience in life and view things partly has a child would. Great intentions but so much work and achievemnt s to be done if she wants it to come true.I am gonna never did anything as they say.
The rhetorical form she has used (it probably has a specific name) is a common one found in Buddhist religious sermonizing, and it is used in Christianity, and the West generally, but not usually at the same extended length.
This is the original video, which was for the election of the president of Argentina, and it won an international prize - this, obviously, is an English language version for non-Argentinians. It has provided the model for the "Lost Generation" video which won second prize in an AARP contest.
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