Bill Gates says the world is getting better
Bill Gates says the world is getting better, For Gates, the pessimism felt by people is related to the media.

Even the most optimistic people in the world may be surprised by the latest editorial by Time magazine, signed by Bill Gates. In the publication, Gates says that, in general, the world is better.

For Gates, the pessimism felt by the people is related to the press vehicles, in which the news contributes to leave the public discouraged. Read the text:


Even the most optimistic people in the world may be surprised by the latest editorial by Time magazine, signed by Bill Gates. In the publication, Gates says that, in general, the world is better.

For Gates, the pessimism felt by the people is related to the press vehicles, in which the news contributes to leave the public discouraged. Read the text:

"Reading the news today is not something that makes us optimistic. Hurricanes in the Americas. Horrible mass shots. Global tensions over nuclear weapons, the crisis in Myanmar, bloody civil wars in Syria and Yemen. Your heart is broken by every person who is hit by these tragedies. Even for those of us lucky enough not to be directly affected, it may seem like the world is falling apart. These events - however awful they may have been - occurred in the context of a greater and more positive trend. Overall, the world is getting better. "
The executive showed some positive points that are present today, such as the fall in half of infant mortality since the decade. Since then the poverty rate has also declined. To complete, the recognition of women in politics and even more laws that protect homosexuals.

"To some extent, it's good that the bad news draws attention. If you want to improve the world, you need something that irritates you. But this must be balanced by good things. When you see good things happening, you can channel your energy to drive even more progress, "concluded Bill Gates

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