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Dec 21,2011 | 00:33
Many changes are happening around us, and although it is difficult to face and live with them, we adapt, even when these changes are sudden.
We are now seeing dishonest people who say many bad things about our country and try to destroy what we built.
We know that what is happening is not a coincidence, but the result of the changes we witness.
These days, we communicate easily and have more freedom to express opinions. We need, however, to be guided, to be shown how to make decisions, how to face all the changes, and how to live peacefully, without problems that push us to emigrate.
We all must change incorrect thoughts that threaten our country’s peace. All of us, Jordanians, need to change our way of thinking, our way of solving problems, and the way we live our lives. We still believe what anyone says and sometimes we believe lies.
We have to be alert, courageous and take correct initiatives.
Yara Mohammad Al Hanaktah,
11th grade Al Eis Secondary School for Girls,
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