'Expectations', is a word that is constantly orbiting my head. For every exam I sit for, for every sport I play, fir every decision I make, I get flooded with expectations. The source can be my parents, friends, school and even myself. In fact when I don’t meet these expectations a conflict is created. Frustration is the inevitable result of this issue. When I play soccer and don’t score, I get angry. When I don’t do good in school my parents get angry. All of this happens because of the level of expectations. I am not the only victim of this tyranny. Other people, families and even a whole country can have the weight of expectations on its shoulders. If guns are legalized in a nation the government along with many people expect the guns to be used for protection only, but there are some "rebels" who will use guns for killing and destruction. Situations like these spark conflicts. In fact this is the current situation of America.
The legalization of guns was followed by horrific events. For instance one day two men entered a school in columbine and killed 10 children and 2 teachers. This is completely unacceptable and the question arises who is to blame? The guns or the people. To illustrate this situation we can use the example of a knife. A knife can be used to cut fruits and vegetables, it can also be used to cut other people. Its purpose is up to us humans. Michael Moore has depicted this situation in his famous documentary, "Bowling for columbine." he blames the people of America for this. He expects the Americans to misuse the guns whereas the national rifles association has different expectations. This created a conflict. Michael wasn’t the only one who had such expectations for Americans. There were many who went against the legalization of guns and America was left in a mess. American people are just like children. Basic psychology states that a child will not learn that fire is harmful until the moment he or she comes in contact with it. The...
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