Scholarship Essay

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Scholarship Essay

I am always optimistic even as a high school senior that one day it can be done. It is going to defnitely take some time before our current leaders realize the need to embrace change and stop worthless politics of hunger for power and money. The community and the world around us have become hostile even to innocent human beings. People are increasingly becoming selfish and full of greed with the mind of amassing wealth in banks as they oppress the poor. I wish I had the power to act immediately and stop these scandalous behaviors which have become fatal. However, if I had the power to change the community and the world, I would target three things: poverty pattern, disease burden and leadership. First of all, as countries such the United States continues to experience some fast economic growth despite the difficulties at the same time, the gap between the poor and the rich continues to widen. There is poor income distribution among different classes of people. It is not surprising around the world to find some class of individuals who are 8.5 times richer than another class. Just because the records of poverty rate continue to increase every year, it does not mean a country should be considered a poor state. If income was evenly distributed, the communities around the world would be living in happiness. Poverty increases crime, diseases and mortality rates. All this have made some poor countries such as India, Turkey and places in Africa experience poor living standards. If I had the power to change the world, I would heavily tax the rich and use the revenues to feed, educate and provide healthcare to the poor to the entire world. Diseases continue to be a burden especially to the poor. Even the world scientists, policy makers and giant pharmaceutical companies have become overly influenced by worthless politics which benefit the rich. Today, most medicines developed target rich individuals who can afford to buy...
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