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It is human nature to want patterns standards and a structure of behavior A pattern to conform is a kind of shelter From the time we wake up in the morning to the time we bed down for the night our lives are filled with patterns Our lives have a certain structure You do this and this and this and then after that you do this and this Finally after you are done with that you do this Fill in the you with your name and fill in every this with what you do on a daily basis and there is the proof Got a job You have to be there by a certain time and once there you have specific duties to perform Go to school You have a schedule of classes starting and ending at certain times Just a lazy bum You still have a pattern of sitting around and being lazy The words pattern standard structure or conform tend to make any person balk especially those who value and selfishly guard their freedom These words resonate with connotations of control and uniformity Yet as much as we hate to admit it our lives are controlled We are controlled not by the government or even by a living person but by our very nature Human nature wants structure It is in our nature to want to know what is expected to know what is going to happen next We cherish comfort which is brought about by our patterns in life Humans do not like to worry and without standards and a structured life filled with patterns we would have to worry about almost everything that we normally take for granted Yet even though our very nature forces us into having a patterned life that same nature perhaps the more daring side wants a stimulant something to excite us Therefore stating that it is human nature to want a structured life is both valid
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