Humanity is the ultimate race in the world because each individual can think, plan, and decide every activity that is important to their lifestyle.
Humans develop a new method to explore a certain phenomenon that provides a significant contribution to lifestyle, safety, and human affairs for the purpose of increasing knowledge.
These are medicine, biology, politics, environment, meteorology, sociology, anthropology, theology, astronomy, animals, technology, language, and other forms of branches that are essential to improve knowledge and skill to become productive.
As a human, it is always important to ensure that the value of productivity creates a measure to improve our knowledge and perspective of improving goals in life.
I am not here referring to those jobless and unoccupied, but to those who are engrossed or occupied (and perhaps even preoccupied) with business from that of a Cabinet Minister to that of a doctor or clerk.
That is why the newspaper is welcome, inasmuch as it provides its reader with a diversity of topics to rest his mind or raise his spirits, perhaps with a pint of Beachcomber.And again, newspapers help the common man to form his own opinions about politics, economics and the social aspects of life.Such matters are not always as simple as may appear on the surface.A modern newspaper covers nearly every sphere of human activity.Such, for instance, are the economic question, education, letters, business, politics, the theatre, radio, cinema and sport. Again, the common man requires an agreeable respite from the humdrum occupations of his daily work.Here the editors of the Press have an important mission in forming and guiding the average reader’s outlook.In fact, we can often tell the paper a man regularly reads from the opinions he voices.One example is the application of internet, in which it aligns with the constant connection and network of individuals, groups, and organization.In this case, the method of using applied science is usually facilitated by tools to improve lifestyle, profession, and relationship with other individuals.Here the Press steps in to guide and instruct the reader about electrical and mechanical devices: radios, motors, gardening, shopping, travelling.Above all, the modern newspaper must see that the articles it publishes do not arraign the advertisements it boosts nor deal in dishonesty. People are not fools; they are quick to discern the cheap from the genuine.