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What is the distinction among security and wellbeing?

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    .0The essential thought of both is shielding resources from dangers/dangers making safe/secure conditions. The condition wellbeing is tied in with being ensured, while the condition security is tied in with being free from peril. The contrasts between being shielded and being free from risk or danger are not actually observed.

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    Is there a contrast among 'security' and 'prosperity'? Is one even more a What does 'prosperity' mean with regards to HRD (human rights .

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    The basic idea of both is protecting assets from hazards/threats creating safe/secure conditions. The condition safety is about being protected, while the condition security is about being free from danger. The differences between being protected and being free from danger or threat are not easily seen.

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    The essential thought of both is shielding resources from risks/dangers making safe/secure conditions. The condition wellbeing is tied in with being ensured, while the condition security is tied in with being free from threat. The contrasts between being shielded and being free from peril or risk are not actually observed.

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