Having the Tools to Survive

Our world is a reality of more and more people chasing finite resources. Food, water, health services, shelter, and the concept of happiness are all things that require work. As the competition gets rougher the morals and ethics get less. How long and how far can we go before it all collapses? How much work does it take to survive? How much education does it take? How much creativity and suffering does an individual have to have to succeed?

Is it just luck or the conditions you are born into? What effect comes from the causes you enact? These are the basic questions that need to apply to all government actions.

 

The UK is in line to become the first country to allow an IVF technique using DNA from three people to create a baby, in a bid to eliminate genetic disorders.

Is Mississippi ready for the future?

One Response to “Having the Tools to Survive”

  1. Lisa says:

    I suspect Tupelo is not ready to have real debate. What we have is the established right fighting a growing stronger left. Life is not right or left, life is about survival. You can not have equality unless you can hold your own. People are different and do not want the same thing. The assumption of leadership is that everyone will follow. Individuals take the road less traveled.

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