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You are not your job You are not how much you have in the bank You are not the contents of your wallet You are not your fucking Khakis You are not a beautiful and unique snowflake You are the all-singing all-dancing crap of the world Tyler If this is the case who we really are is the question that we should ask ourselves Human beings are in a constant seeking We are all seeking for something that we do not really know what it is We are having education for years and years looking for jobs that will make our living looking for partners to share our life with and make children This system will be the same for our children too it has been like this for centuries It has been like this in medieval time and also in the modern age Now we are living in post-modern times and life is much more questionable for us What really satisfy us What we are living for Is it that simple as Darwin said To sustain our species to maintain the life of our offspring It should be much more As Durkheim claims we are actually looking for meaning However living in the age of capitalism does not let us to reach the meaning Today we are living in the world of consumption Society has been in decline Individualism is the determining idea Although Joseph Campbell claims In his life-form the individual is necessarily only a fraction and distortion of the total image of man He is limited as male or female at any given period of his life he is again limited as child youth mature adult or ancientHence the totality-the fullness of man-is not in the separate member but in the body of the society as a whole the individual can be only an organ So we see that anyone in exile from community is a nothing However there is another point
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