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International Student/Teacher Essay Contest, 2017: The World's Greatest Ethical Challenge

Marina Hrabar, age 42, is a high school teacher in Kharkov, Ukraine. ESSAY TOPIC: In your opinion, what is the greatest ethical challenge facing the world today?If I had been God, I might have ordered the world differently. I think I would have provided my people with a tamper-free world, where life was perfect, never boring and happy. But here you and I sit, somewhere "in the meantime" that we call life.In 1623 the English poet John Donne referred to people as "rocks" and "islands". Donnie…See More
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International Student/Teacher Essay Contest, 2017: The World's Greatest Ethical Challenge

Marina Hrabar, age 42, is a high school teacher in Kharkov, Ukraine. ESSAY TOPIC: In your opinion, what is the greatest ethical challenge facing the world today?If I had been God, I might have ordered the world differently. I think I would have provided my people with a tamper-free world, where life was perfect, never boring and happy. But here you and I sit, somewhere "in the meantime" that we call life.In 1623 the English poet John Donne referred to people as "rocks" and "islands". Donnie…See More
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This world is a training school. All people are of one family by creation. While the wind is itself invisible, it produces effects that are seen and felt. Again and again, step by step we should learn something new, search wisdom and understanding.

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International Student/Teacher Essay Contest, 2017: The World's Greatest Ethical Challenge

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Marina Hrabar, age 42, is a high school teacher in Kharkov, Ukraine.

 

ESSAY TOPIC: In your opinion, what is the greatest ethical challenge facing the world today?

If I had been God, I might have ordered the world differently. I think I would have provided my people with a tamper-free world, where life was perfect, never boring and happy. But here you and I sit, somewhere "in the meantime" that we call life.

In 1623 the English poet John Donne referred to people…

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