Individualism: A Break from the Cycle

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I question how values in life are measured by people. Do people look at the monetary worth or the memorabilia of any given situation? How are we able to tell what is truly meaningful to us? People have different beliefs as to what is deemed important. Some may correlate significance to money; although they don't want to seem stingy, they keep this idea to themselves. Some believe its school and education altogether that helps us find value. Others think its being able to find yourself and decide what you want to do with your own individual thought. But is there any value in life itself if you live a constant cycle? Getting entangled into the routine called life, and knowing what is going to happen consumes my mind into a state of fear that only makes me hope I don't become like the average person. Living near the bustling city of Chicago, I have been able to watch people who don't look like it, but act like it. They’re mechanical robots heading to work in their suits and ties, and looking at the world as if it lost all its color. They walk so stiffly that its controvertible they act...

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