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Published: 08.02.2005.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
  • Essays 'Tobacco and Tolerance: Blowing Smoke', 1.
  • Essays 'Tobacco and Tolerance: Blowing Smoke', 2.
  • Essays 'Tobacco and Tolerance: Blowing Smoke', 3.
  • Essays 'Tobacco and Tolerance: Blowing Smoke', 4.
  • Essays 'Tobacco and Tolerance: Blowing Smoke', 5.
  • Essays 'Tobacco and Tolerance: Blowing Smoke', 6.
Extract

Not only labour made man differ from a monkey, but also care and attention to his fellow creatures. This is the main point of human relations and the basis of human being. Animals are first of all competitors with each other, and they do not have an instinct to help their neighbours and to think about their safety. The only exception is their own cubs.
Similarly, as a father and mother take care of a small child who does not yet have his own opinion on what is good and what is bad, who do not even know, that many seemingly innocent things harm his health greatly and cause strong addiction. Even when a child realises that, it is very hard for him to make the right decision. And if we consider such thing as smoking, the only right decision is not to start it.…

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