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To be nobody-but-yourselfin a world which is doing its best night and day to make you everybody elsemeans to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight and never stop fighting E e Cummings The simple truth is that playing a game that you have chosen in order to demonstrate values express purposes or effect result that you have chosen is a very different process from having to play the game to win approval Laurence G Boldt This world gives everyone the chance to stray from ones morals and values in order to satisfy the needs of others or to feel accepted by others To just be yourself is sometimes easier said than done Every human being searches for who they are and what their purpose is If this purpose is not attractive the easiest way out is to mold oneself into what others would like to see The Door is about the constant changes of everyday life encountered that can be overwhelming and frustrating The guy in the story is sucked in by his need to understand the frustrations of life He wants to forget about these frustrations and just when he thinks he has found a solution or the correct door it ends up that something is still missing He wants to give up his search for fulfillment or jump the door The main conflict in The Door is powerlessness versus control If the guy knew what his purpose was in life and was happy with it he would not drive himself to insanity I think everyone feels this way sometimes that they cannot get rid of their frustrations The Door has much to do with the way humans deal with these frustrations and the circle of life Its human nature to seek out what will answer questions and when it no longer does one must skip to something that does or the next door
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