Following Directions

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WHY IT IS IMPORTANT TO FOLLOW DIRECTIONS.

I think it is important to follow directions because if people didn’t follow directions we would have a lot of CHAOS in the world. The reason why we would have chaos is because kids would do drugs, have kids at REALLY young ages and there might be more homeless people in the world. I think it is important to follow directions because for exsample you could be walking across the street (say there’s no speed limit, red lights and or stop signs or anything that gives a warning) you would have a high chance of getting hit by a car and most likely end up in the hospital or even dead. That’s why there are traffic rules that should be followed.
Another reason following rules is important is if there were to be a student with a weapon at school. If a student didn’t pay attention during school when we do a “lockdown” drill, he/she would probably be harmed, kidnapped or worse.. killed. If kids did not follow directions in class they would go NOWHERE in life (and would probably end up working at McDonalds for their whole life or until they decided to go to college and really try to do something for themselves in life, like make money to make a living, have kids, and enjoy the excitements of life (like traveling, camping, outdoors, hiking, etc.). All of the laws are here to help keep the population safe; if they were not there, here would be chaos. I think that is why it is important to follow directions.
Another important reason to follow directions is when you are supposed to be quiet. For example, you could be at a job interview and you say something the interviewers do not like. Also, if you are in school and you are taking a test and you start talking your teacher might rip it up and give you a zero. Also your teacher might give you a 400 paged report about following directions .You also know that when you go to the library or when a baby is sleeping that you

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