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Belief is defined as a state or habit of mind in which trust or confidence is placed in some person or thing according to Merriam-Webster Dictionary 1998 Throughout the civil war people believed many different things My mandala shows how the north and south believed in different things and what the characters in the book believed furthermore what each group or individual learned from there original beliefs In the book The Red Badge of Courage the main character or youth believes He believes that he wants to be a hero He believes that when he becomes a hero he will become a man and know about life The youth believes becoming a hero will make him the person he wants to be In reality he doesnt know what he wants or if he truly wants to be a hero He runs from a battle confused he believes that he was better off than the other soldiers who might die were In the end the character in the book believed that it was better not to run and to make up for his running he fought as hard as he could The youth believed in what he fought for and even risked his life to hold the flag in the heat of a battle The other characters also believed in what the fought for in the end of the book and for example the loud soldier who believed that he wasnt afraid ended up changing and becoming a nice person as well as a good friend He learned that what he originally believed which was I am not afraid of anything wasnt what he truly believed He was terrified he even gave the youth his will The Union or blue sky with sun believed in what they fought for They believed that a state cannot succeed from the union and a state cannot make a law null and void In the back of their
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