Writing task 2 - We cannot help everyone in the world that needs help, so we should only be concerned with our own communities and countries. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
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In today’s modern world, there are many people living below poverty line who need help from human beings around the world. Nevertheless, some people argue that because it is impossible for us to support poverty-stricken people from 197 countries, we should only care about our communities and countries. From  my perspective, I totally agree with this school of thought.

It is said that if we expend enough time and money to charity, economically disadvantaged people's lives all around the world can be improved. Personally, I oppose this view.Firstly, each person has a multitude of work-related tasks to finish and a lot of people they should take care of as well as strengthen our relationship with, which may require hours and millions. Furthermore, the number of impoverished people has been increasing day by day. As a result, I strongly believe that it's unfeasible for us to aid poor people all over the world in their problems due to insufficient amount of time and money.

My own view is that we should prioritise local charity before supporting  human beings in other countries. Firstly, it is easy to access information about local charitable institutions and activities on social medias or newspapers. Secondly, there are obvious ways can be found to offer poor people living in our country a lifeline, from donating food to paying impoverished children’s tuition fees. Consequently, I believe that we should help our citizens and fellows first.

In conclusion, I completely disagree with the idea that we are able to help poverty-stricken people all over the world since lacking of time and money would hinder us in doing so. I strongly believe that our compatriots should be taken into consideration first and foremost. (283 words)

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