"Would you like some fries with that?" Can I get an essay grader?
Prompt: Do changes that make our lives easier not necessarily make them better?
"Would you like some fries with that?" Society has changed in many ways that make our lives easier but not necessarily better. Not only can that be observed, but it can also be depicted in various studies.
There are many reasons why our lives are easier than what they normally would be, and one of those reasons [is] fast food. But the movie Supersize Me clearly illustrates that although these changes are convenient and make our lives easier, they do not necessarily make our lives better. The movie includes studies and statistics that evidently show that the easier route to eat via fast food does necessarily make our lives easier, but that it also doesn't make our lives better because of the detrimental effects that unhealthy fast foods have on our bodies. Thus indicating that changes that make our lives easier do not necessarily make them better.
"There's an app for that!" Steve Jobs was an innovator and inventor who has significantly changed the lives of many people with his convenient, life simplifying gadgets; although they do not necessarily make our lives better. A significant staple in these products are their app catalogs which primarily serve the purpose to make our lives easier, but do not necessarily make our lives better. Sure, they allow you to conveniently locate a bookstore, bake a cake, or organize your schedule which effectively makes our lives easier, but at the same time, deprives us of essential skills and learning, increasing our laziness. These changes by no means, make our lives better.
Regardless of whether you are getting your meal fix at a drive thru or if you are reading step-by-step instructions on cooking; these changes that make our lives easier in no way make our lives better.