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People can change their clothes, hair color, body image and even make an attempt to reform the government. That’s all we need to make a perfect society, right?

I’m not the type to bash change. In fact, I constantly encourage it. I enjoy seeing changes in technology, communication and within administrations.

Change is a necessity, and without it the world would be more chaotic than it already is. We need change to keep us functional and up to date.

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