"The Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley.

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The Brave New World is Aldous Huxley's vision of what society will be like in 632 A.F. In this society, universal human happiness has almost been achieved. This is largely due to the advancements in Sciences. Reproduction, genetic engineering, conditioning, and a perfect pleasure drug called "Soma", are the cornerstones of the new society. The advancements portrayed in the Brave New World are closer to reality than Aldous Huxley had predicted. Such advancements could be …

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…to be unique and to reach out for their goals, and to never give up if they fail. Religion should never be excluded from society, just because we can't see our Gods does not mean that they are not watching and judging our every move. There are no consequences if you believe in your religion and abide by its rules, but the consequences could be great if we do not and choose to ignore it.