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Human Worth, Dehumanization, and the Way of Submission

analytical Essay
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“We're all human, aren't we? Every human life is worth the same, and worth saving” (Rowling). It's easy to look at the homeless man standing on the side of the road and feel superior over him. It's just as easy to feel inferior when being compared to the flawless celebrities on the covers of magazines. But the truth is, every single human being has been created equal. The famous actress is just as imperfect as the man begging for money on the corner of a busy intersection. No one can be perfect, no matter how hard they try. Human worth is about all people being worthy of honor and respect because of the fact that God created them; humans on earth cannot be judged based on how they look on the outside or what they own. It takes true courage to stand up and truly live out the life and personality that was intended for us. We dearly strive to fit in with the ways the world when we know the right thing to do is to be ourselves. In the world we live in today, it can be difficult to look past one's external appearance and appealing qualities in order to appreciate what's underneath. It’s tempting to put down others because of the qualities we have that they don’t. Even a small unkind comment can deflate one's personality and lead them to believe that they are not important. Dehumanization can include the deprivation of human qualities, personality, or spirit by treating someone with extreme cruelty or even just being a bully at school. Mistreatment can evolve from not speaking up for one’s self or submitting to the wrong people. Willingly or forcibly, people often look up to others in authority for how to live out their life. Submitting ourselves to God can lead to a life of happiness, but submitting ourselves to the wa... ... middle of paper ... ...ting ourselves to God can lead to a life of happiness, but submitting ourselves to the ways of the world can lead to a life of pain and suffering. Works Cited "Disability Stats and Facts." Disability Funders Network. N.p., 2012. Web. 23 March 2014. . Bragg, Capt. Joel, and Tim Holden. "The Holocaust -- powerful ramification of indifference, inaction." Vance Air Force Base. N.p., 25 April 2012. Web. 25 March 2014. . Holy Bible: New International Version. N.p.: Biblica, Inc., 2011. Psalm 139:13-16. Web. 25 Mar. 2014. . Rowling, J.K. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. N.p.: Scholastic Inc., 2007. 440. Print. Wiesel, Elie. Night. New York: Hill and Wang, 2006. 32-87. Print.

In this essay, the author

  • Argues that human worth is about all people being worthy of honor and respect because god created them. dehumanization can include deprivation of human qualities, personality, or spirit by treating someone with extreme cruelty or being a bully at school.
  • Explains that human worth is about all people being worthy of honor and respect. it is important for people to treat fellow humans with respect, love, and care regardless of what they are like.
  • Explains that people are judged by what they see with their eyes, which leads to false accusations and a lack of respect toward the person.
  • Explains that people with disabilities deserve to be treated with the same love and respect as any other human being. the value of the unborn is shown through how we have been created in god’s image.
  • Analyzes how elie wiesel's novel night shows the dehumanization experienced by innocent human beings during the holocaust.
  • Analyzes how wiesel was heartless in throwing young innocent human beings away into a fire. they were treated like mindless animals and obeyed nazi commands to survive.
  • Analyzes how wiesel, along with everyone else, cannot comprehend god's plans for him. he continues to wrestle with his faith and questions whether there is a god who loves him at all.
  • Opines that the holocaust illustrates the consequences of prejudice, racism, and stereotyping on a society.
  • Explains that even through the hardest times, god will never leave, and that submission to the world leads to dehumanization.
  • Analyzes bragg, capt. joel, and tim holden's "the holocaust -- powerful ramification of indifference, inaction."
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