72. The New world!

A uniformity of cultures set in at the end of the twentieth century with capitalism turning countries into markets. People were made to believe the economies are more important than their own lives.

Dreams about luxurious lives were (are) spread among people through advertisements, and people began chasing money, leaving behind whatever little was left of their humanitarian values. The economic system influenced political systems and globalisation connected the economies of nations like in a…

70. The Modern World and it’s New Avenues

When colonialism began, and contacts grew between civilisations more than ever before, Gods and religions had attained a stable place in the minds of the weak.

Some of the strong and intelligent progressed forward in the name of science. They had one goal, to explain the reality in a better sense than the religions ever did before. Philosophical discussions grew on the side with…

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