People, Help The People By Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows By J.k. Rowling

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People, Help the People In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, J.K. Rowling wrote "We’re all human, aren’t we? Every human life is worth the same, and worth saving" (378). The Merriam-Webster Dictionary describes life as "the experience of being alive". As human beings we tend to put a value on people 's lives, something that 's priceless. We consider the rich to be worth more than the poor in most societies when money doesn 't add to the value of your being. We have so many people who want equal rights for everyone and yet we still have some form of caste system in every country. If human life is worth the same thing then it would make sense that if one life is worth saving, they all are. The problem is that people in this world need saving right now and not much is being done to help them. There are people helping in this world but definitely not enough. Syrian war refugees, human trafficking in the United States, ebola children in Liberia, albino murders in Tanzania, and gang violence in Mexico are just five of the multiple problems in our world today that we should feel morally obligated to help with. Syria is a country at war in Western Asia. In 2011 gunfire broke out over revolutionary slogans that had been painted on a school wall and since then millions of people have been fleeing to other countries for much needed relief. For example in Lebanon one out of every four people is a Syrian refugee (Toensing). Here on the other side of the world, the story is a…

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