Transcript of I believe the world will be a better place.
I believe that one day the world will be a better place. That we can stop global warming. I believe that there would be an end to wars. I believe that lives would stop being taken by the sick minded. I believe that one day there would be no need for extra police enforcement or more jails. I believe that people one day won't be afraid to walk out of their homes without a weapon. I believe that there will be no more mental trauma. I believe that child abuse will stop. I believe that animal abuse will stop. I believe that one day there will be no more discrimination. I believe that people will realize the harm of too much alchohol or cigarettes is harmful. I believe that people will figure out that abandoning your child is not the way to start your life over. It's simple to believe a pretzel isn't complete without cheese, life isn't complete without love, a picture isn't complete without color, an iPod has no point without music, and baked beans aren't baked beans without, well, the beans. But you have to paint the bigger picture. And I believe that the world will be a better place. That we can start recycling, stop litering, stop making harmful chemicals, and stop making bad machinery that hurts the enviorment. That one day the rape and murder era would end, that even those who find it pleasuring would find it sick and wrong. That children and parents wouldn't have to live in fear of other human beings around us. That no one would get so harmed that they would have to be locked away in a mental institution or even lock themselfs away in their own homes. That human beings and parents won't find it stress relieving to hit a child almost to the point of death. That animals will not die of starvation, be slashed open by human entertainment, or put in illegal fights. No one will be discriminated by color, sexuality, religion, or sexual orientation. That everyone will know too much smoking and drinking can kill you. That they will know they should have unconditional love for their child and never want to give them up, and be human enough to at least give their child to an orphanage. a taco isn't a taco without beef, "I was dragged down the stairs by my hair, kicked in my back and thrown into a wall. The physical trauma I experienced did not compare to the mental abuse." -Linda SingerFull transcript