Philippine Problems

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When you look around at Manila’s streets, what do you see? Even not in Manila, in your streets, what do you see? In the news today, what do you hear? Good or Bad News? In our Economy, what is your position? Are you rich, able or poor? In today’s social integration, what is your stand? In the Philippine’s state today, what can you say? In the growth of the country’s problems in every aspect, what can you do? In this essay, I will make my stand.

It is said that man cannot live in bread alone. Man is social person, able to act and socialize with other people. We are able to do good and even bad actions. When you look around Manila’s streets, what do you see? For me I see the problems of our country in every aspect. I see poverty, I see pollution, I see corruption and I see social instability. A person is naturally made good but it doesn’t mean that we stay good. In our country’s streets, I see the good and the bad aspect of a human person. It does not take a second look to open our eyes to the problems our country face. Even though, I still have faith and hope to the people that do good in the midst of the situations that force them to do bad things. I salute them.

I see poverty; I see it every day I go to school. I see it in different ways. Poverty in different aspects. It is said that poverty is caused by the lack of education or the lack of opportunities given to the people in order to have quality education. It is also said that corruption within the government causes all of this. The roots of our country’s entire problems are brought by the corruption of our government and its officials. I would agree in a way but not as a whole. Every day when I go to school I see the poverty that others face. I see the people without homes to live in. the people without food to eat. The people that lacks the basic needs to survive the everyday situations of life. I see street children without clothes and homes. I see them in the streets, in the place they see as their...
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