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I should have clarified myself in my argument. I was referring to the people with well-off lives. People who are fortunate enough to have those luxuries in life and yet still complain. Of course, I am sorry to hear about those who go through all the suffering as mentioned in your argument.
I can't stand negative people who are always like 'Ugh, I wish I never existed' or 'Life is pointless, why should I exist?' And I am referring to the people who are well-off and have access to most luxuries that some unfortunate people don't.
Like come on, the world is full of opportunities and happiness. There is plenty to do out there and instead of being miserable ALL the time, why don't you see the bright side of things for once? I, for one, am glad that I exist. I am grateful for everything and I have enjoyed many aspects of life such as good food and entertainment.
In my opinion, smartphones are VERY beneficial to students. With the latest smartphones out there, students are able to look things up in an instant. This could be useful for when students are doing their homework, for example. Smartphones also allow students to contact other students for help if they need it.
I am not religious or anything, but I personally believe in the existence of ghosts. With so many claims of sightings, there must be some element of truth behind those claims. There are a lot of pictures of apparitions and recordings of disembodied voices. I've even personally experienced strange things in my life such as a 'force' of some sort pulling on my leg.