The age of rage

@Adamdog (254)
United States
May 23, 2007 5:38am CST
Modern life has given us changes and opportunities like never before in any decade of human life. Actually we should all be happier successfully people also managing our lives easier, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. Instate we become less patiently with others, and arguing much more over right or wrong, losing our temper with strangers and rage with our neighbors but why? Why is there such a need for authority to control others? Could it be that we don’t have control over our own lives, and if so why is it like this? What do you all think about it?
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• United States
23 May 07
My opinion about this problem is very simple. Nowadays aggression surrounds us. Just look around - turn on your TV, buy a computer game and play it and what will you see? Only violence, blood and such ugly scenes. So that's why all human mentality has changed. I mean we look the life from a different angle, we just don't realise all the rage. I think all these things make us to act in a way which is not very pleasant. And suddenly, human life has changed...
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