2.The tendency to take things for granted is understandable, but the need for one to rationally evaluate the circumstances of any situation is absolutely essential.
3.Most people are under the illusion that a college degree guarantees success. There is no such guarantee without hard work.
4.Some stubbornly hold to the correctness of traditional practices, but in so doing they seem to totally ignore the fact that progress depends on change.
5.Generally speaking, previous parliamentary policy debates ignored the relevance of transparency.
6.A precise definition of poverty is actually very difficult to determine. Where does one draw the line between those who are poor and those who are not?
7.Admittedly, bribery and corruption are endemic to our political and economic systems, but it doesn't necessarily follow that all politicians and business people resort to illicit behavior.
8.There's little doubt that a third World War is avoidable, but it is highly unlikely that regional conflicts will disappear in the foreseeable future.
9.Some people assume that investing in stock is a safe pursuit, but their assumption fails to hold water when considering the substantial risk involved.
10.Some people have called for accelerated across-the-board changes. Their approach quite frankly ignores the need for gradual but effective changes.