My Role In Society Essay

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Life is a short journey that each and every human has to attempt. But why do people stop thinking about their importance in the society? Why do they forget that this huge world has a special space reserved for their role or thinking? As tiny drops of water make up a sea, as small components of particles come together from their unity and make up a planet, God has given us an opportunity to change this world in a small way but with our own thoughts not of others.
By saying the above sentence I remember a story that my mom told me when I was in Grade 7, there was a man on the sea shore who was throwing a starfish one by one, by seeing this man a boy came and asked him what was he trying to do? The man replied to him that he is making a difference in the sea. The boy laughed at the man and said how can you made a difference by doing this? The man threw a starfish into the ocean and said “I made a difference to that one.”
Every man, every human serve our gigantic society and mold into a way that we have it today. For example a taxi driver assists public till their destination or place they wish for. But there must be a question in your mind that what about a student, what role does he/she has because he is not a qualified person till now? Well, the answer of this question is very simple; we students also have mandatory and various roles in the society. Students like me, have small work that form into a duty. Giving a smile to a stranger that may make his day is a small step to a big role. For example my neighbor is an old citizen, I gave a smile to her and it made her day, she feels that there is someone with her all the time, someone who is supporting her in all her difficulties. It is not necessary that I have to deal with a big step that will then change the society; I can do small favors to build this world. Secondly, we can become a leader of a community by placing our ideas with much evidence. For example I have interest in saving our environment, by saving the trees. So, I can start a community that plants trees and prevents deforestation. This small step of me becoming a leader can be followed by different followers, the people who support my idea. As I said before I have small duties which I have to fulfill in this world. I can fulfill my duty of a student by obeying rules of my teachers. I know that I can’t obey all my roles in this universe, but I will try my best to fulfill all that I can. I have different forms of...

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