A good amount of people in the world would like to believe everyone gets along, that the problems of racism and discrimination we once had have been completely erased. This is not always the case. We live in a world so judgemental, that in some ways discrimination is worse than ever. It is worse now, because it is mainly done behind the backs of others. While many would like to argue they are not judgemental or discriminatory at all, this is usually not the case.
Last I checked, our society does not idolize murderers. Well, at least the sane members of society do. not Overall, Odysseus, although the doer of many good deeds, could never be considered a true hero because of his humanity. Humanity, with its many good characteristics, also possesses many faults, but perhaps that is the beauty of it all. There is beauty in the uniquity of imperfection, for if everyone and everything were perfect, what a boring world we would live in.
It’s a lot different if you call a guy a bad name because you could just beat their a** or just laugh about it. Usually, if a girl says anything bad about me I just blow it off and just keep walking. I put a smile on my face like it doesn’t even harm me, that always makes them madder. Also, I don’t want to be known as the biggest d*** ever either. So I treat girls with more respect than any one else.
He wants everyone to that, it's very easy to not be very discriminated by the way you look but the way your skin color. Mr. King is very descriptive of his words and his meaning for them. He can really make the world change if everyone really did follow. King's reason for the speech is because he is trying to make a difference, he is a very good well taught speaker and he speaks with so much enthusiasm and nothing could really stop him from anything he's doing. His argument is very reasoning to his defence and he eats so many reason to why the work works in its evil ways of discrimination.
One's body is what makes us who we are. Every single person is unique due to an individual physical trait. Even though everyone has an opinion about what his or her perfect body would be, changing one's personal features would take away from individuality. I personally would never have plastic surgery because when I look at myself, I do not see a tall, skinny young man with a funny looking nose and big "bug" eyes, rather I see a beautifully sculpted masterpiece that God has made just for me. I take pride in the fact that there is no one else on this earth exactly like me.
There are 2. no two people in the world that agree on every single thing. When we were having our last seminar on Uglies by Scott Westerfeld, Frank made the point that utopia would be achievable if you broke down society, and isolated all of the people in groups of likes and dislikes so that each of the groups would agree. ... ... middle of paper ... ...n, but it takes character and good nature to hold him” (Thomas More, Utopia). What this quote is 5. implying is that it isn’t important to just be pretty, you have to have a great personality to be “perfect”. As a society, we want everything to be perfect and for there to be no problems, but that isn’t possible because of the problems we are faced with.
I can do things what boys or a man can do. Often people misjudged me because of my personality. They say I can only do beauty skills but what they don’t know that I can do carpentry, plumbing and can even repair and weld things. The third quadrant is my hidden area, these are the spots that I know but trying to keep it to myself and never shared to others. Some people have a very large hidden self and this is because of fear of vulnerability.
Furthermore, everyone on this planet is equal, it shouldn't matter that someone comes from a different country to you, or that they happen to follow a different religion, they are still human beings. Racism is a disbelief in equality and this is unacceptable in society today. The world would be extremely boring if we we... ... middle of paper ... ...y hard to justify who is racist and who has taken a joke too far. I have concluded that racism has quite a lot to do with respect, or lack of it, for others. Many racists are extremely ignorant and fail to realise that there are other religions and colours of skin other than their own, but this doesn't make a person bad or wrong.
I was puzzled. I believe that women and men are fundamentally the same and that it is just the social constraints that put limits on what women “can” and “cannot” do. Really and truly, they can do anything and everything, but it is just a question of whether it is socially acceptable or not. This scenario is really no different from when a mathematically gifted person asserts all the reasons why he or she could not be simultaneously adept at both math and literature, and vice versa. Some exceptional human beings, like the polymath Leonardo DaVinci, decided to pay these social expectations no heed.
Most of the time in our society, we judge the people by their appearance. The important thing that most of the attractive people should know is that no one chose to be born ugly or not. Being attractive doesn't mean being physical looks good. Also, we need to consider that sometimes the most attractive people have the worst manners ever. Usually, they are smugglers and have bad behaviors.