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In the name of the best within you do not sacrifice this world to those who are at its worst In the name of the values that keep you alive do not let your vision of man be distorted by the ugly the cowardly the mindless in those who have never achieved his title Do not lose your knowledge that mans proper estate is an upright posture an intransigent mind and a step that travels unlimited roads Do not let your fire go out spark by irreplaceable spark in the hopeless swamps of the approximate the not-quite the not-yet the not-at-all Do not let the hero in your soul perish in lonely frustration for the life you deserved but have never been able to reach Check your road and the nature of your battle The world you desired can be won it exists it is real its yoursThis quote was taken from the book Atlas shrugged written by Ayn Rand The quote is not only one of the best in the book but also the most powerful In the next paragraphs I am hoping to explain the quote and interpret it the best way I canIn the first sentence I believe that Rand is saying that people should not give up because of others who try to knock them down basically the ugly people The people who are always trying to be better than everyone else and dont care if someone gets hurt during their conquest to fortune I believe that many people are too intimidated by others to continue in seeking out their dream and so they just give up I also think that when Rand says do not sacrifice this world to those who are at its worst she is speaking of those who have lied to and manipulated people to get to the top When Rand states In the name of the values that keep you alive do not let your vision
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