This happened in class yesterday. A new person had joined, and he was introducing himself. He was from Nigeria. When he said that, one lady popped up this question: “So, tell me one good thing about Nigeria. Because whatever we hear about your country is all bad.”
The reply went as follows: “Well, I’ll tell you one good thing about my country, and that is different from the United States. There I don’t need to be afraid of anyone. Here, in Philadelphia, I am forced to be wary, even afraid, of everyone. It is okay to be afraid of a robber, but something must be wrong when you have to fear every person you meet on the road.”
Does that answer your question?
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