A WORLITOP™ REPLY is similar to a one-on-one discussion. Imagine talking with someone about ideas they presented, and sharing your ideas with them as well. In the same way, your reply to someone’s comment talks to them about what they wrote. By the way, replies must have 170 to 220 words, and the example below has 216 words, so it’s just about the required maximum number of words.
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Hey Everyone! How are you doing? As for me, I’m doing well as usual. Okay, today I would like to share my ideas about our innate desire to explore new worlds. Since the beginning of time, humans have always thought about what was beyond. Primitive man worshiped the sun, moon, and stars, creating religions based on their reverence for these heavenly objects. In spite of a fear of the unknown, we have always pushed our boundaries in an effort to, as it says in the topic overview, “explore, expand, and go further from where we stand”. Imagine if Columbus did not return to the new world after his first voyage. Where would we be now if we only landed on the moon one time? We have since put remote vehicles on Mars, and we have sent spacecraft out into our galaxy, so it’s completely understandable; in fact, it’s admirable visionary people like Elon Musk risk so much in order to continue our mission to explore our Universe. I would like to finish by saying it’s by doing things that appear frightening and impossible which enable us to achieve greatness, but it’s wisdom as a result of failure that ultimately brings about true success. Thanks for reading!
Hi Steve! How are you? As always, I’m doing quite well. Okay, today I have a reply for your comment. You shared your thoughts about man’s inherent desire to delve into spheres of the “unknown”. Other than exploring the deepest depths of oceans, or the farthest reaches of space, the unknown has become increasingly hard to find. Man has developed religion and superstition as a means of explaining things which were otherwise inexplicable. Now we are hard pressed to “explore, expand and go further from where we stand” as we’ve already “been there, done that, and moved on.” The challenge we now face is not what we don’t know, but rather the things we do. As humans, our continued existence depends on our immediate course of action regarding the prevention of further climate change, nuclear proliferation, water and food shortages, destruction of the planet’s eco-systems, and consumption of the Earth’s finite resources. That includes the further polarization of governments and ideologies. So, we must resolve these issues first before setting off for new and distant galaxies. In conclusion, although there have been other mass extinctions since the beginning of time, I’m rooting for the home team to pull off a much needed victory, so we can look forward to the next season! Thank you for reading.