,,I would like to begin with the definition of this word. Fair play refers to conformity to established rules. This term is frequently used in sports and it usually means that the players had an agreement regarding some game rules and they “promised” stick to them during the game. But in this essay I want to present another meaning of the word fair play, also in another context. Not once you have passed by a homeless guy on the street. How many times you taught about it situation or intended to give him some help? Have you ever taught why he is there? Why he is begging for money or food? I mean the homeless people, not about those one who are too lazy to work, because that’s another story. I want to talk about life being fair play with us. I’m thankful and lucky to say that I have a cozy home, some loving parents, a nice brother, what eat and drink and many other luxuries (laptop, smartphone, components for robots) that other do not have. I’m thankful that life gave me a chance to education, to be a part of the society. I guess that means life was fair play with me and it’s my duty to be fair play with it. I must use what life gave me and do not waist this precious gift. Some people did not had my chance. Due to some problems at work or in their life, they lost everything. It’s like somebody took their gift. Then life stopped being fair play with them. And what happens then? They end in streets, under bridges, in hidden spots and they struggle to survive without food, drinkable water or clean clothes. It’s a sad fact that almost nobody cares about this people."
My friend told me a story...a story who make me cry and I want to thank you for all the moments when you were with me! Don't forget: I love you a lot! You are a special person in my life! (A la pătrat)