Khaliuna Bayasgalan Throughout my whole life, I was taught the idea that it is bad to be different and to avoid being unique. As a teenager, conforming to society might be the best road to take since you’re still figuring out who you are but it can lead to powerful internal conflicts if you completely lose your self identity. Some would argue that being yourself will make you happier by not pretending to be someone you’re not. Others insist that being yourself will separate you from everyone and always feel lonely. On the other hand, I believe being true to ourselves will enable people to see our real identity without a disguise.
No matter what you still have the chance to decide. A group of people needs to be over others to help guide and make decisions because with no leader everything would be out of control, everybody’s decisions would not be heard, and a group with no leader would never be efficient. A group of people needs a leader because without a leader everybody would be out of control and nobody would be able to deal with them. Without a leader not everything would be controlled. Anybody in a society with no leader would not know what he or she is doing.
Unfortunately, people nowadays see the justice as an abstract term, something that is almost impossible to apply. All people are different; they are of different race, gender, and culture. However what the human race is missing is the fact that this diversity is essential and crucial. Different gender, race, or culture develops a human population of a specific function and role in building up the human economic, social, and political life. Emotionally speaking, no one deserves to live as a victim or inferior to other just because he/she was born to a specific culture in a specific place; no one deserves to live the fear of being beaten, or left without education or healthcare because of the state he/she was born in.
You should better yourself because every person in life should at least try to better something about themselves. No one in the world can ever be perfect but not being perfect does not stop you from bettering yourself. "As long as a person doesn’t wish to be transformed into someone else, but rather refine certain pieces of themselves, then they will transcend the average. So give it all you’ve got, dream big, take risks, and cherish every moment as you advance and mature into a better you"(1). Everyone has some type of issue holding them back, whether it is an anger issue, an anxiety, a phobia, etc.
Although I fully understand that nobody comes out of their life alive, I do believe it is important to push oneself to be better, and acquire the best for themselves throughout different aspects of life. If I were to view myself and the world as part of my imagination, I would lack motivation to better myself; I most likely would live overly comfortable with less. Seeing all of this world as an illusion, there would be no use in motivation and determination because, all that is seen would have no meaning. Living life through the eyes of someone who sees themselves and the world as one large illusion would in fact be purposeless. Life is to be lived with purpose, emotions, kinship, and personal
Paradise to you, might be hell to another. Everyone has their own idea of a utopia that they would like to have. Since they would be all somewhat different, the idea of a utopia is impossible. A utopia is a place that can’t be made. Although, if I were able to make my own perfect paradise, it would be complex in ways.
Thoreau’s ideas may be perfect for a utopian society but the fact of the matter is that it just simply cannot be done. Everyone is different with different skills. They have different ideas and have evolved to help and respect one another. It is jeopardizing to the community to live in isolation because people would not survive for very long. It is better to have a community than constant silence.
They showed how it would feel to not be able to not know the true meaning of family, not know how to actually feel emotion, to not be able to be able to make mistakes or to not have the freedom to say anything just because you could not. They showed us what the world would be life if we were all the same and what the actual meaning of equality is. They showed us that modern day society is not exactly perfect but it is good enough and it should be cherished as you never know what will happen the next day. You will never know when the world is going to end as we are already turning against each other just to get our image of the perfect life for one second. Works Cited Author, U.
In my opinion, I don 't see how you could perhaps remove something from someone that is so tight to their being. How could you remove the Autism, without removing a huge part of who they are? Honestly I believe that it’s completely impossible to remove autism from the individual without removing their identity. We don’t have the right to make that decision for anyone. Most autistic individuals would be offended by this question because it shows that there is something wrong with them to begin with.
How could I know the answer without giving it a try? I started a new life which was not easy, but at the end I became a stronger person because now I know that I can make my own decisions, and be happy with them. No one has a perfect life, and if people get afraid to start or try new things, they will not go anywhere. We all come from different backgrounds, and life teaches us different lessons, but if we just sit there and do nothing, then we cannot make a difference. We never know what will happen in our future, and that is why we should never regret any of our decisions.